Monday, December 11th Is the Deadline to Submit Fall 2017 Grades

As we prepare for the end of the fall 2017 term, I want to remind all UNCG faculty that the deadline to submit all fall 2017 final grades is 5 p.m. on Monday, December 11, 2017.

Your efforts to submit grades as soon as possible ensure that students receive timely updates about their graduation status, academic standing, and financial aid eligibility.

Questions about the grade submissions process, including step-by-step instructions for inputting grades in UNCGenie, can be found on the University Registrar’s Office website at https://reg.uncg.edu/faculty/grading/.

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance as we conclude the semester.

The deadline to submit proposals for the Intentional, Notable, and Valued Teaching Experiences (INNOVATE) Research Projects  program is Monday, December 11, 2017, at 5:00 pm.

Projects under the INNOVATE RFP offer full-time faculty one-time mini-grants to conduct research that investigates the development, evaluation, and promotion of student success through innovative teaching practices at the University. Read more…

Todd Zakrajsek, Associate Professor in the UNC Department of Family Medicine and Director of regional Lilly Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning Conferences, visits UNCG to discuss how our understanding of the brain helps us to develop strategies for engagement in the classroom.  Please follow this link to reserve your spot at this workshop, held 2-3:30pm in the UNCG Faculty Center. Read more…

TIDE (Technological Innovation in Digital Education) Symposium

UNC-GA has scheduled the TIDE Symposium for February 21-22, 2018 in Durham, North Carolina.  This event will feature presentations from UNC faculty and staff on innovative uses of technology and digital education.  A full overview of this event is attached.  Interested presenters are invited to submit an abstract for consideration.  The attached Call for Abstracts outlines the requirements for abstract submissions which will be reviewed by a panel of UNC faculty and staff. Read more…

UNCG’s Center for Housing and Community Studies (CHCS) and Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships (CYFCP) recently developed a health and community “report card” for the Foundation for a Healthy High Point. This report card provides performance benchmarks and improvement targets as it develops programs focused on addressing health needs within the community. Read more…

The Office of the Provost is soliciting proposals for the newly formed Intentional, Notable, and Valued Teaching Experiences (INNOVATE) Research Projects. Projects under the INNOVATE RFP offer full-time faculty one-time mini-grants to conduct research that investigates the development, evaluation, and promotion of student success through innovative teaching practices at the University. Read more…