The University Ombuds Search Committee recently held interviews with semi-finalists for the position. After thoughtful discussions, a finalist has been selected to visit campus on Monday, May 23. A virtual open forum will be held from 3-4 p.m. The candidate will provide brief remarks followed by a question and answer session. Information about other potential finalists […]

This week, UNC Greensboro’s 2022 May Commencement and Doctoral Hooding Ceremony welcomed 2,838 new graduates into the Spartan alumni family at the Greensboro Coliseum and UNCG Auditorium. 2,137 bachelor’s degrees, 598 master’s degrees, and 103 doctoral degrees were conferred, including 78 to international students. Their path was not easy; their academic journeys were in the midst of […]

INDUSTRIES OF THE BLIND AND COLLEGE OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS PUBLIC ARTWORK UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) collaborated with Industries of the Blind (IOB) on the installation of a public art piece which tells the stories of the blind and low-visioned using sight, sound, and touch. Founded in 1933, Industries of the […]

November 9, 2021   To:       UNCG Faculty & Staff From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE: Professional Track Faculty In response to Faculty Senate RESOLUTION #FS04142021.6: To Unify Rank/Title Definitions and Promotion Criteria of Non-Tenure Track Faculty, the Non-Tenure Track Faculty Senate Committee, I am pleased to announce that all faculty currently in the umbrella term […]

November 2, 2021 To: UNCG Faculty From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor Sarah Daynes, Chair, Faculty Senate RE: Invitation to November 15th One UNCG Faculty Gathering The Office of the Provost and Faculty Senate invite you to join us for a special faculty gathering on Monday, November 15th from 4:00-6:00 pm. The gathering is the […]

UNCG received The INSIGHT Into Diversity Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award recognizing colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. The 2021 HEED Award recipients were announced in the November 2021 issue.

October 12, 2021   TO: UNCG Faculty & Staff From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE: Updates on UNCG Organization and Leadership I wanted to share news about recent changes at UNCG. The first is an integration of the Institutional Research Office and the Information Technology Services (ITS) Data Strategy, Reporting, and Visualization […]

October 7, 2021   To:  UNCG Faculty Re: Leadership Development Program for Scholars of Color Nationally, scholars of color hold fewer leadership positions in academia compared to their counterparts; these patterns require new and intentional efforts to provide leadership development opportunities, support, and networking that will translate into increased representation and inclusion of faculty of […]

October 6, 2021 To: UNCG Faculty and Staff From: Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE: SACSCOC Reaffirmation 2024 UNC Greensboro is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Accreditation indicates to internal and external stakeholders that our educational offerings and administrative processes and practices are rigorous, of […]

This is the biggest fundraising announcement in the history of our university. On October 4, 2021, UNCG launches Light the Way: The Campaign for Earned Achievement. This comprehensive campaign seeks to raise $200 million to strengthen three key areas: access, excellence, and impact. “For 130 years, UNCG has been teaching students to look forward, innovate, […]