DSBA FEATURES

Fashioning success

Fashioning success

“No.” Phillip Loken was tired of hearing that word. “I received so many ‘nos’” he said. “‘No, we…Read More >

Pixar pointers

Pixar pointers

Class had ended. The learning hadn’t, for students in Dr. Heather Holian’s “The Art of Disney and Pixar”…Read More >

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ACADEMICS & RESEARCH

More than 150 students take part in 2014 Undergraduate Research & Creativity Expo

More than 150 students take part in 2014 Undergraduate Research & Creativity Expo

UNCG’s Eighth Annual Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo included 111 presentations by 158 students…Read More >

Be part of UNCG’s Earth Day, at Sustainability Scholarship Fair

The spring 2014 Sustainability Scholarship Fair will be held on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, noon-4 p.m., in…Read More >

Bruce Kirchoff chosen for BOG Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Bruce Kirchoff’s teaching philosophy? “Without active learning, there is no learning.” The active learning that happens in…Read More >

Speech-language pathology program ranked by US News

UNCG’s graduate program in speech-language pathology is ranked among the top 15 percent of programs in the nation…Read More >

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CAMPUS & COMMUNITY

A legacy: UNCG celebrates acclaimed poet Randall Jarrell during symposium

A legacy: UNCG celebrates acclaimed poet Randall Jarrell during symposium

UNCG’s most well-known figure in its storied history? That’s likely Randall Jarrell. A UNCG professor from 1947 until…Read More >

Spartan Village dedication April 24 signals new phase of campus life

Chancellor Linda P. Brady invites the entire UNCG community to join her April 24, as the university begins…Read More >

UNCG celebrates Earth Day April 22 with variety of activities

A sustainability exhibition, a scholarship fair, and the premiere of “COAL” are highlights of the 2014 Earth Day…Read More >

JSNN welcomes budding scientists during Gateway to Science event

What’s a microscope? A young student, perhaps a first-grader, nailed the answer. “High five!” said Divya Shankar, a…Read More >

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ARTS & CULTURE

For two recent grads, the future looks Fulbright

For two recent grads, the future looks Fulbright

Two UNCG students have won 2014-15 Fulbright U.S. Student Awards that will allow them to further their studies…Read More >

UNCG’s Jazz Festival will feature Nash, Gardner

UNCG’s Miles Davis Jazz Festival 2014 will feature student arrangements of Blue Note music, a seminal jazz record…Read More >

Enjoy music, world culture at I-Fest

UNCG’s annual International Festival, I-Fest, takes place Saturday, April 12, along College Avenue. From noon to 5 p.m., performers will share…Read More >

Daedalus Quartet, “exceptionally refined young ensemble,” to perform April 7

They’ve been called “an exceptionally refined young ensemble with a translucent sound” by The New Yorker, with playing…Read More >

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