Campus News

UNCG to launch information studies degree in fall

UNC Greensboro has announced a new bachelor of science in information studies – the second degree program of its kind in North Carolina – set... Read More >

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UNCG hosts Campus Compact Presidents Forum, Conference

On Wednesday, Feb. 13, UNC Greensboro hosted the ninth annual North Carolina Campus Compact Presidents Forum and 2019 PACE (Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement) Conference,... Read More >

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Q&A with UNCG relationship expert

For many Americans, dating looks a lot different than it did just a decade ago. Online dating is now a $3 billion industry, with many... Read More >

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Jazz fusion visionary Herbie Hancock visits campus

Feb. 12, UNC Greensboro and the Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program received an extraordinary visitor: 14-time Grammy winner, and illustrious visionary in the jazz fusion... Read More >

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Student research focuses on access to music education

This post originally appeared in UNCG Research Magazine. To read other stories about research, scholarship, and creative activity, visit researchmagazine.uncg.edu. Dixie Ortiz was a fifth-grader when... Read More >

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Branding Update for UNCG Application Catalog | Tuesday, February 19
Who: Faculty and staff What: Branding update for Application Catalog (AppCat) on Windows GCN computers When: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 The UNCG Application Catalog (or AppCat) will be branded with University logos and colors. The new branding will roll out gradually during the day on February 19. After the new branding is applied, AppCat will look [Read More]
Information Security Awareness Training
[The following Memorandum was sent via email on February 4, 2019, to all active UNCG faculty and staff.] MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty and Staff FROM: Dr. Dana Dunn, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor Charles Maimone, Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs & Chief Financial Officer Donna Heath, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Services & Chief Information Officer [Read More]
Cisco VoIP (Voice over IP) Phones – Planned Maintenance | February 9
Who: VoIP phone users What: Planned Maintenance for Cisco VoIP When: Saturday, February 9, 2019, 5:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. Why: System Maintenance During this planned maintenance, calls may be interrupted. In the unlikely event that your phone does not operate properly or calls drop, unplug the power cable and wait 15 seconds. Then plug [Read More]
Planned Downtime for MyCloud | February 9
Who: MyCloud users What: Planned downtime for MyCloud When: Saturday, February 9, 2019, 5:00 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. Why: Routine security vulnerability patching There may be intermittent interruptions to MyCloud access during this time. If you have questions or need more information, please contact 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) or 6-TECH@uncg.edu.
Multiple Buildings – Planned Network Maintenance | Saturday, February 9
Who: Students, faculty, and staff What:  Planned network downtime for multiple buildings (see list of affected buildings) When: Saturday, February 9, 2019, 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Why: ITS will perform network maintenance in multiple buildings.  Wired, wireless, and VoIP connectivity will be down or intermittent during the maintenance window. List of affected buildings: Moore-Strong Hall [Read More]


Men's Golf Tied For 10th Place After One Round At Puerto Rico Classic
Men's Golf Tied For 10th Place After One Round At Puerto Rico Classic
Sunday Baseball Game Against Quinnipiac Cancelled
Sunday Baseball Game Against Quinnipiac Cancelled
Spartans Enjoy Three Multi-Run Innings in 8-2 Win
Spartans Enjoy Three Multi-Run Innings in 8-2 Win
Bulldogs Emerge With 6-1 Victory Over UNCG
Bulldogs Emerge With 6-1 Victory Over UNCG
Men's Basketball Drops Second Straight Contest
Men's Basketball Drops Second Straight Contest


Pastors to speak in support of Sheriff Kimbrough at Forsyth County Commission meeting
Contact: Andrew Willis Garcés WINSTON-SALEM: Several local ministers plan to speak at the Thursday, Feb 14 meeting of the Forsyth County Commission in support of Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough Jr’s decision last week to terminate a jail agreement with ICE. As... Read More ›
Former Starbucks CEO Considers a 2020 Presidential Bid
Hannah AstinStaff Writer Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks, stepped down as CEO in April 2017 and as chairman in June 2018. Now, he is stirring speculation about a possible 2020 presidential run. Speculation about Shultz’ presidential ambitions begins... Read More ›
The Legacy of Black Panther
Alfonzo RodriguezStaff Writer Seven Academy Award nominations. Glory to Bast! Sure Black Panther is at its core a superhero film, but what really got the film this far? Some may say its the progressive afro-futurist setting, while others may say... Read More ›
Democrats Reveal Plan to Increase Social Security Benefits
Tyra HilliardStaff Writer Following years of Republicans deciding how the future of Social Security will play out, the Democratic party has brought forth a new edition to the social insurance program that was originally put into play during the Great... Read More ›
The Truth about GMOs
Sarah Grace GooldenOpinions Editor Genetically Modified Organisms, often referred to as GMOs, have gotten a bad reputation in recent years. Lack of knowledge can perpetuate misinformation and fear. In the case of GMOs, I think a lot of importance has... Read More ›


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