Among the biggest hurdles facing our nation’s Latino immigrant families are the language barriers that exist, creating gaps in understanding how U.S. schools work and how best to participate in the education of their children. Thanks to the partnership of hundreds of faculty, staff, students, and community volunteers, UNCG is working to bridge that gap. […]

There is a shortage of doctoral-level nursing faculty prepared to teach the nurses and nurse researchers of tomorrow. In the western areas of North Carolina, there are no Ph.D. in nursing education programs offered. However, thanks to a partnership between UNCG’s School of Nursing, Western Carolina University, and Mission Health, a group of nurses in […]

The Gala Premiere of Comanche: Hero Complexities will be held Friday, September 22, at 7pm in the UNCG Auditorium. Comanche: Hero Complexities is a multidisciplinary work created by Duane Cyrus and Theatre of Movement that is inspired by the heroic acts of Charles W. David, Jr., a Caribbean American United States Coast Guardsman who lost […]

A partnership with the Department of Human Development and Family Studies and The Creative Aging Network (CAN-NC) is examining how the power of creative expression effects the well being of seniors with memory symptoms. The ARTmail project is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts Research: Art Works Grant. Dr. Sudha Shreeniwas (UNCG) serves as the […]

Mentoring Boot Camp Wednesday, August 9, 9am – 4pm in SOEB 102 Spend the day with the UNCG Faculty Mentoring Program preparing for the year ahead. Workshop topics including balancing all the demands of the faculty experience, how to mentor others and more! Breakfast and lunch will be provided. This Boot Camp is open to […]