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UNCG Research Magazine Now Available Online

Innovation thrives at UNC Greensboro. That’s the theme of the spring 2020 UNCG Research Magazine. The publication, now available online, highlights […]

UNCG Honored for First-Gen Student Success

UNC Greensboro is among a cohort of academic institutions nationwide being recognized for their commitment to supporting first-generation students. UNCG […]

Believe in the G Event Raises more than $1 Million

This year’s Believe in the G event, the University’s annual day of giving, raised a record-breaking $1,049,877 thanks to the more […]

UNCG Slavery Database Recognized by National Park Service

The Digital Library on American Slavery at UNC Greensboro has been recognized by the National Park Service (NPS) as the first-ever “virtual” stop on […]

Online Graduate Programs Recognized for Affordability

UNC Greensboro has been recognized as one of the top universities in the nation for affordable online graduate degree programs. […]

Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum Opens

The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum “where everyday objects, story, and Judaism intersect,” will open in UNC Greensboro’s Greensboro Project Space, […]

UNCG Alum Produces Oscar-Nominated ‘1917’

On February 9, John Hilary Shepherd, a UNC Greensboro (UNCG) alumnus and native of North Carolina, is hoping to add a […]

Akecicia Steward Receives Community Service Award

Recent UNC Greensboro graduate Akecicia “Keci” Steward ’19 has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, […]

Spartans honor King with service

Spartans spent Saturday morning honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by serving others and investing in their […]

Trustee Mae Douglas honored by Chamber of Commerce

UNC Greensboro trustee and alumna Mae Douglas received the ATHENA Award at the annual Greensboro Chamber of Commerce luncheon, held Wednesday, Jan. […]