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Changing times, but still leading the way

UNCG has always been a leader in online learning. Read about Chancellor Linda P. Brady's vision for continuing that tradition and exciting changes ahead.
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‘Tribute to a bold leader’

Bill Moran had a front row view as chancellor when the Dining Hall was renovated and the Fountain was built. On May 1, he had a front row seat, literally, as the area was named in his honor.
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Silver certified

Jefferson Suites Residence Hall was built with sustainability in mind, and now the U.S. Green Building Council has awarded it LEED Silver certification.
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More praise for the Quad

The Quad has won the Star Award, the top honor given by the Construction Professional Network of North Carolina.
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New life for old space

The Jackson Library basement, once a drab repository for bound journals and microfilm, has seen a major reboot as home to the university's Digital Media Commons.
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Honoring top service award winners

Six people received UNCG's top awards for service in May: the Honorable Maggie Jeffus '70 MEd, Richard Whittington, Preston Lane, Beth Clinkscale McAlister '63, Claudia Kadis '65 and Katie Marshall '11. Think you know someone else deserving of this honor? Nominate them for next year's awards. The deadline for nomination is Oct. 21, 2013.
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Life after death row

Imagine losing 10, 15, 20 years of your life, convicted of murder and sentenced to death for a crime you did not commit. Saundra D. Westervelt, an associate professor of sociology, traveled the country to meet 18 death row exonerees who experienced such losses. She co-wrote a book about what she learned.
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Passages

Rebecca Lloyd '50, who gave her family's name and support to the Lloyd International Honors College, died May 21.
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