March 25, 2019 Renowned Statistician Joins UNC Greensboro as Founding Director of MS in Informatics and Analytics John Stufken has joined UNC Greensboro to head the new Master of Science in Informatics and Analytics (MSIA) program. He will direct the Fall 2019 launch and subsequent expansion of the MSIA. Initially, Stufken will focus on recruiting […]

March 11, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: UNCG Online Dean Selection March 11, 2019   Karen Bull, Incoming UNCG Online Dean I am pleased to announce that Dr. Karen Bull has accepted the position as Dean of UNCG Online.   Dr. Bull is currently Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Syracuse University.  Previous administrative […]

  March 7, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO:  UNCG Faculty RE:  April 3-5 “Unlikely” Documentary Screenings and Events I am excited to share with you an important opportunity for UNC Greensboro to host a campus-wide conversation and series of events about student success, amplify our leadership position in this area, and create engaging, curricular opportunities for a […]

February 19, 2019 MEMORANDUM To: UNCG Faculty RE: CourseLeaf Software for Catalog (CAT) and Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) We are pleased to inform you that the CourseLeaf CIM and CAT programs will be available for use beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019.  These systems can now be used to propose catalog and curriculum changes for […]

February 11, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO:  UNCG Faculty RE:  Provost’s Faculty Fellow Announced I’m pleased to announce that Steve Haines, Professor in the School of Music in UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, has accepted a position as Faculty Fellow in my office for the 2019-2020 academic year.  He begins his appointment July 1, 2019 […]

January 30, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO:  UNCG Faculty RE:  Campus Climate Survey UNC Greensboro is investing in a survey of our undergraduate students to examine student views about campus climate and factors that contribute to student success and belonging. We need your assistance in encouraging students to take the survey, which we are referring to as […]

January 28, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: A Day of Adaptive, Differentiated, and Personalized Learning The University Teaching and Learning Commons (UTLC) is offering a collection of hands-on experiences on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 showcasing ways to develop and implement adaptive, differentiated, and personalized learning in your courses.  The day will have a practical […]

January 28, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: IMPORTANT CourseLeaf Training This is a reminder to please sign up for training in our new CourseLeaf software which will manage our curriculum review and catalog creation processes.  Sessions are offered Feb. 5 – 8.  The training will be conducted by a member of the CourseLeaf training […]

The Office of the Provost and the University Libraries are joining together to support faculty interested in providing their students with a less expensive yet educationally rewarding alternative to expensive commercial textbooks. The high cost of commercial textbooks (print and electronic) is a major concern for both students and their parents.  The Open Education “Mini-Grants” […]

  January 16, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: IMPORTANT CourseLeaf Curriculum Training In Fall 2017, UNCG elected to implement the Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) and Catalog (CAT) modules of the CourseLeaf system produced by Leepfrog. CIM and CAT are replacing the existing paper-based processes for proposing, reviewing, and approving changes to courses and programs and the annual production […]