FEATURES

What’s new on campus

What’s new on campus

This fall, there’s a lot that’s new at UNC Greensboro – starting with the thousands of new students… Read More >

Welcome to the G

Welcome to the G

This week, thousands of new Spartans from across the state and beyond will arrive on campus to begin… Read More >

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ACADEMICS & RESEARCH

Student-athletes rank in top 10% for academic success

Student-athletes rank in top 10% for academic success

The NCAA and the Division I Committee on Academics honored four teams at UNC Greensboro as recipients of… Read More >

Bryan School receives $100,000 from VF Foundation

UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics has been awarded a $100,000 gift from VF Foundation to create a… Read More >

‘Etched in Stone?’ exhibition takes two national honors

What’s in a name? If you ask the cohort of UNC Greensboro alumni who recently received two prestigious… Read More >

UNCG research examines role of urban parks

For most of us, a day at the park means a picnic with family, live music, or a… Read More >

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CAMPUS & COMMUNITY

Bryan School celebrates 50 years

Bryan School celebrates 50 years

It’s a big year for UNC Greensboro’s B-school. The Bryan School of Business and Economics is celebrating its… Read More >

Fall sports kick off with men’s, women’s soccer games

Students are back on campus. Classes have begun. And soon, Spartan sports will be back in action. The… Read More >

New academic year to kick off with NAV1GATE

UNC Greensboro will kick off the 2019-20 academic year next Monday, Aug. 19, with the annual NAV1GATE New… Read More >

UNCG Night at Greensboro Grasshoppers Aug. 17

This Saturday, Aug. 17, UNC Greensboro is partnering with the Greensboro Grasshoppers minor league baseball team for a… Read More >

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ARTS & CULTURE

UNCG Opera Theatre receives 2018-19 American Prize

UNCG Opera Theatre receives 2018-19 American Prize

UNCG Opera has once again hit a high note – and received national honors for it. The UNC… Read More >

Shapes of summer’s end at the Weatherspoon Art Museum

What brain space would you like to inhabit during the last few weeks of summer before a new… Read More >

Former UNCG soccer star takes on Music City

Karla Davis Johnson ’08 may have spent the past 10 years in Nashville, Tennessee, but her sound is undeniably… Read More >

Summer reading: books by faculty and alumni

The relaxed days and nights of summer are just the right time to settle down with a good… Read More >

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