LIVE from the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site with site manager, Lacey Wilson!Posted by Kristin Cooper, First Lady of North Carolina on Thursday, August 27, 2020
Kristin Cooper, first lady of North Carolina was live from the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site with site manager, Lacey Wilson on August 27th, 2020.
@UNCGBasketball and @ncatmbb, normally rivals, stand together today asking for you to help them with their message: VOTE! 🗳️— UNCG Athletics (@uncgspartans) September 22, 2020
Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! Do your part and register to vote and get to the polls this election season. @NatlVoterRegDay #letsgoG pic.twitter.com/Zo7sGbi9Ss
The $105 million building, scheduled to open in spring 2021, will house UNC Greensboro’s School of Nursing, and new laboratories and classrooms for the School of Health and Human Sciences and the Departments of Biology and Chemistry.
The Spartan Open Pantry, located at 509 Tate Street in the College Place UMC, is overseen by the Wesley-Luther ministry. The SOP’s distribution hours are 5 – 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Vickie Whitt is a UNCG senior and breast cancer survivor. At age 56, she was crowned UNCG Homecoming Royalty.
UNCG Chancellor Gilliam chats with alum Kyle Hines, who holds the university’s all-time scoring record and is only American to win four Euroleague basketball championships. They later play a quick game of one-on-one in Fleming Gym.
Emmylou Harris, award winning artist, producer, and UNC Greensboro alumna, visited campus as part of the University’s annual concert and lecture series. She participated in a Q&A with students and fans ahead of a sold-out performance.
Legendary singer and alumna Emmylou Harris returned to campus today to perform as part of our University Concert & Lecture Series.
Meet the Deans: Dr. Sherine O. Obare, Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
In 2019, UNC Greensboro welcomed five new deans to lead growing areas across the University. Meet them and learn a little about their research and backgrounds.
Find your way here: Edward Ottati. “Earning my U.S. Army Airborne School basic parachutist wings was my ‘aha’ moment. That was when I realized that when put my mind to something, I can accomplish it…”
Live in Belgium 1964. Paul Desmond (alto sax), Joe Morello (drums), Eugene Wright (bass) and Dave Brubeck (piano).
UNCG alumna Beth Leavel, a Tony-Award-winning Broadway star, shares some of her favorite show tunes in this great video.
UNCG alumnus Joseph Forbes is a Broadway legend. His scenic design company has created the sets for hundreds of New York plays. He received a special Tony Award this year. See his acceptance speech.
UNCG alumni have made a restaurant in downtown Greensboro into a model of inclusivity and social justice. And simply a great place to enjoy a meal.
Michael Parker sat down for an interview with UNCG Magazine, just as he retired from teaching. See some highlights of the interview.
These dogs have their day! See “human companions” such as music professor David Holley show off their four-legged friends at great campus sites.
Homecoming 2019 will culminate with a big party on Kaplan Commons Saturday, Oct. 19. Lots of fun, great food, great friends. Whet your appetite with these highlights from last year’s Homecoming.
Isaiah Miller and the rest of the men’s team are gearing up for this year’s season. See a great clip about this student-athlete.
Alexis Pitchford and the rest of the women’s team are preparing for the season. See a clip on her. And check out the women’s team trip to Italy in the “Global Journeys” post on this site.