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UNCG launches master’s degree in international business

Exterior photo of Bryan School BuildingThe Bryan School of Business and Economics today launched its brand-new online Master of Science in International Business. The new degree program will welcome its... Read More >

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UNCG announces co-admission program with Rockingham Community College

Dana Dunn and Mark Kinlaw signing documentsUNCG today announced a new co-admission agreement with Rockingham Community College (RCC) to facilitate degree completion and student success by improving access to undergraduate educational... Read More >

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Limón Dance Company to perform Jan. 19 at UNCG Auditorium

Photo of dancers performing on stageThe world-renowned Limón Dance Company will perform at UNCG Auditorium next Friday, Jan. 19, at 8 p.m. as part of the 2017-18 University Concert and... Read More >

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Chancellor Gilliam will chair 2018 Greater Guilford Heart & Stroke Walk

Photo of Chancellor Gilliam speaking to group of peopleThe American Heart Association announced today that UNCG Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. will serve as chairman for the 2018 Greater Guilford Heart & Stroke... Read More >

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Students gain leadership skills at annual institute

Group photo of students in front of a pondA specialized curriculum for autism. No more food deserts. Free mental health care. Anti-bullying reform. Ending child homelessness. For six days in December, 60 aspiring... Read More >

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UPDATE (Resolved): Issues Connecting to INB
Update: 1/12/18 at 9:00AM EST INB service has been restored is operating normally. Information Technology Services (ITS)  apologizes for any inconvenience caused by these issues. If you have additional questions or need more information, please contact 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) or 6-TECH@uncg.edu. — Original Post: 1/12/18 at 8:40AM EST Information Technology Services (ITS) is [Read More]
UPDATE (Resolved): Issue with Web Sites and Expired SSL Certificates
Update: 1/12/2018 9:50 AM EST The SSL Certificates have been updated and web sites appear to be working normally. Information Technology Services (ITS)  apologizes for any inconvenience caused by these issues. If you have additional questions or need more information, please contact 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) or 6-TECH@uncg.edu. — Update: 1/12/2018 8:30 AM EST [Read More]
Canvas Preferred Name Update | Wednesday, January 10
If you have designated a preferred name in UNCGenie, that name will now appear everywhere names are displayed in Canvas. This change makes Canvas consistent with the other services that use preferred names (e.g. Google, Box, WebEx). The change will largely affect students with a preferred name designation. In the past, students’ names would display [Read More]
Jackson Library – Planned Downtime | Wednesday, January 10 | 5:45am-6:00am
Who:  Occupants of the Jackson Library What: Planned downtime for network services at the Jackson Library When: Wednesday, January 10, 5:45 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Network maintenance During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in the building. If you have questions or [Read More]
UPDATE (Resolved): Eduroam Wireless Network Issue
UPDATE (Resolved): 1/8/2018 12:30p The issue with eduroam has been resolved and the service appears to be working normally. ITS apologizes for any inconvenience and will continue to monitor the situation. If you are still experiencing problems or need more information, please contact 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) or 6-TECH@uncg.edu. {Original post: 1/8/2018 11:50am} Information Technology Services [Read More]


Men's Basketball Returns to Thursday Hosting The Citadel At The Greensboro Coliseum
The UNCG men's basketball team returns home to begin a three-game home stretch Thursday night as the Spartans welcoming in Southern Conference foe The Citadel to the Greensboro Coliseum.
Women's Basketball Hits the Road to Take on the SoCon-Leading Mercer Bears
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG women's basketball hits the road for its second Southern Conference road trip of the season Thursday night. The Spartans will face off with the league's preseason favorite Mercer at 7 p.m. inside Hawkins Arena in Macon, Georgia. The Spartans have won back-to-back games to go 8-11 and 2-2 in Southern Conference play. Mercer enters at 16-2, 3-0 in the SoCon and has won 13-straight games.
UNCG Places 20 Student-Athletes On SoCon Fall All-Academic Team
UNCG has placed 20 student-athletes on the 2017 Fall Academic All-Southern Conference Team, according to an announcement by the league office Tuesday.
Ajemba Earns Her Second SoCon Player of the Week Award
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Southern Conference office has announced that UNCG senior center Ije Ajemba (Lanham, Md./Old Dominion) has earned the league's Player of the Week award. This is the second Player of the Week award for Ajemba this season. The senior led UNCG in scoring in both games helping the Spartans win both games last weekend.
Smith's Career-High Leads Men's Basketball To Road Win At Western Carolina
UNCG men's basketball senior forward Marvin Smith (Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy) scored a career-high 24 points to lead the Spartans to a bounce back 66-55 victory over Western Carolina Saturday night at the Ramsey Center.


UNCG Basketball: Home Court Advantage
Andrew Salmon Staff Writer Since 2013, UNCG men’s basketball has played in Fleming Gymnasium 9 times, going 8-1 (89 percent) in those contests. UNCG has gone 34-24 (59 percent) in other 58 home games they have played at the Greensboro... Read More ›
“Dump Months” Give Theaters a Chance to Take Out the Trash
Chelsea Korynta Staff Writer It’s January! The first month of the year means schools all over the country are starting up again, New Year’s resolutions are being made (and broken), and the weather is just plain cold. Americans are coming... Read More ›
“Imperialism and the Indigenous Isichapuitu”: Depictions through Sculpture
Benjamin Pulgar-Guzman Staff Writer “Isichapuitu” lies in Gallery 6 in the Weatherspoon Art Museum. The ceramic figures sit in the middle of the room yet their presence seems to fill the gallery in its entirety. With eloquent intensity, artist Kukuli... Read More ›
Melding Textile and Tradition at the Weatherspoon
Ross Kiefer Editor-in-Chief When thinking of a quilt, it is easy to imagine a colorful mass of blanket for someone to curl up under. For visual artist Sanford Biggers, a quilt is more of a combination between different aspects of... Read More ›
Rodney Beecher Roberts: Moving Towards Art
Rebecca Pearce Staff Writer Rodney Beecher Roberts unleashes his art on the North Carolina community in his “Looking Backward…Moving Forward” art exhibit running Jan. 12 through 21 in Greensboro’s neighboring city of Graham. Robert’s pieces are beautiful, abstract works constructed... Read More ›