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It began with a gift of $500.

Made in 1975 by UNC Greensboro School of Business and Economics faculty member Dr. Roscoe Jackson Allen and his wife, Anna Mae Burchette Allen, the gift created a scholarship honoring their son Charles,...

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Creative in command

Meet Greensboro’s new leader for all things arts.  Ryan Deal was hired last fall to lead Creative Greensboro, the city’s new office for arts and culture.  The UNCG graduate has the...

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Gradtidings

Spring 2020. Alumni information is current as of the printing deadline of the UNCG Magazine. You can share your news and information by clicking on “Submit a Class note.” You can also mail...

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Training Nurses at the SCENE

Jackie McKoy Wolfe ’71 BSN learned firsthand that reading and lectures are only part of the preparation needed by health care professionals. When starting as a nurse at Duke University Medical Center,...

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Grace under pressure

One UNCG alumna has become the image for all nurses during this wave of coronavirus. Perhaps you’ve seen the meme on Reddit or Twitter? A nurse sporting sunglasses, mask, walkie-talkie, and an arm...

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A time out with Kyle Hines

Catching up with the first American to win four EuroLeague titles Kyle Hines ’08 is arguably the best basketball player in UNCG history.  He remains the program leader in total points,...

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Nurses on the front lines

DUTY CALLS. During the current pandemic, nurses across the state and nation are serving long hours with limited supplies and protective wear. Dr. Ernest Grant ’93 MSN, ’15 PhD, president of the American...

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Grad Tidings

Class notes compiled by the Office of Alumni Engagement 1950s BARBARA ALLEY SIMON ’57 received the first Women in Industry Award from the US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. Barbara has worked...

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Pippin cast members rehearsing

Pam Murphy sharing love of song and dance

Alumna Pam Murphy’s first public singing performance was at the age of eight, and the musical maven is still going strong, most recently as part of Greensboro’s 2019 production “An O.Henry Celebration:...

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A Salute to Inspirational Educators

For Amber Doniere ’11, it was a chance to honor her late grandmother, Carol Doniere, media specialist in the Cumberland County Schools for more than 40 years, for the values and life lessons passed...

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