The National Science Foundation has awarded one million dollars to support the Science, Technology and Math Preparation Scholarships (STAMPS) Program at UNCG. The award will support a collaborative effort proposed by faculty and staff within UNCG’s College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, and the University Teaching and Learning Commons.
A month of exciting and informative events are slated in celebration of Black History Month at UNCG. The African American & African Diaspora Studies Program (AADS), housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, is co-sponsoring the following events with other UNCG campus organizations and services:
UNCG has a commitment to environmental preservation and sustainability. Thanks to a $46,112 grant from the Duke Energy Water Resources Fund, two wetlands will be constructed on campus near North Buffalo Creek, beginning in March 2017.
While students and faculty at UNCG’s Speaking Center have worked to support voices of communities off campus for the past 13 years, they had never done so on a farm! Starting in 2015, the speaking center has been spending Friday afternoons at Peacehaven Community Farm. At Peacehaven they formed a partnership which gives voice to […]
The Digital ACT (Action, Consultation, and Training) Studio supports students, faculty, and staff in becoming more digitally persuasive and rhetorically effective designers with written, oral, aural, and visual communication in digital environments.
An innovative partnership in the arts is taking place in downtown Greensboro. The Greensboro Project Space (GPS), a contemporary art space created by UNCG’s Art Department, seeks to make the city of Greensboro a better place to live through creative, dynamic, and collaborative public programming.
Based on the “Top Ten” list in Princeton Review’s “Best 294 Business Schools” for 2017, the Bryan School ranked 6th in the U.S., 3rd in the Southeast, and 1st in North Carolina for providing the greatest opportunity for minority students.
Thanks to a $2.3 million gift from the Tom Haggai and Associates Foundation, non-traditional students will be trained to teach. The gift is the largest-ever awarded to the School of Education, and UNCG will use matching funds to create a permanent endowment for a new teacher training program.