Newly Named Distinguished and Excellence Professors                            Distinguished professorships honor some of UNC Greensboro’s most inspiring and productive professors, allowing them opportunities to pursue further research and also support students in meaningful ways. These termed appointments, which include a stipend and research funding, […]

Graduate Researchers Present Work for Peers and Community Members At UNCG, it’s not just quality of research that matters, but the way research is communicated to the world at large. Faculty mentors and the Graduate School emphasize the importance of conveying research concepts to potential community partners, politicians, industry professionals and others who could be […]

  May 20, 2019   MEMORANDUM TO:  Deans, Department Heads/Chairs RE:  James E. Holshouser, Jr. Award for Public Service The James E. Holshouser Award for Public Service, formerly known as the Public Service Award, was created in 2007 to encourage, identify, recognize, and reward public service by faculty of the University of North Carolina system.  […]

Research revealed at undergraduate expo UNCG undergraduates are more than students – they are researchers. Each year, they have the opportunity to share their research and scholarship with peers and the campus community, at the Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo, now in its 13th year. All students engaged in faculty-mentored scholarly […]

Faculty Honored for Teaching, Research, Advising, and Service The 2019 Faculty Awards Ceremony was held April 17 in the Elliott University Center Auditorium, honoring UNC Greensboro faculty who display excellence in teaching, research, mentoring and enhancing student success. Board of Trustees Chair Brad Hayes joined Provost Dana Dunn in presenting awards and Dr. Alan Boyette […]

In November, UNCG named the second cohort of McNair scholars, and 19 students were inducted into the UNCG Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Program, a federal TRiO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The new cohort includes representation from every school at UNCG and 17 departments. The goal of UNCG-McNair is to diversify faculty […]

Whether it’s being a first-generation college student, overcoming language barriers or facing other challenges, many young people in the Latino and Hispanic community find understanding the process of applying for financial resources and gaining admission to college a daunting prospect. Prospective students already have plenty of questions. How do I apply? What resources are available […]

Deloitte elected to profile UNC Greensboro as a case study. The information that follows is from that report. Ask Deloitte About: Closing the attainment gap at the University of North Carolina Greensboro: Uniting innovation and equity for student success As part of a broader effort to document transformational approaches to student success, Deloitte had the […]

UNC Greensboro researchers and child care professionals know that inclusive opportunity for intellectual stimulation begins long before elementary school, and that the best opportunities occur through a multiplicity of sensory experiences that encourage make-believe. This knowledge is the source of a project recently completed by Kathy Spivey, a teacher at UNCG’s Child Care Education Program […]