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Alumnus Paul Chelimo wins national championship

Photo of Paul Chelimo holding US flag after winning silver medalUNCG alumnus and former track standout Paul Chelimo added another highlight to his career Friday night as he won the 5,000-meter race at the USA Track and Field... Read More >

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Using portable tech to treat PTSD

Photo of soldier with hands to his faceMemories are subject to change, just as anyone comparing childhood stories with a sibling or arguing about past events with a significant other knows. The... Read More >

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Three UNCG students receive Fulbright awards

Campus photo of students talking to class in front of Curry BuildingThree students from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) have been awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholarships to study, research and teach abroad for the... Read More >

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Chancellor Gilliam named one of Triad’s Most Admired CEOs

Chancellor Gilliam talking with students around a tableUNCG Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. will receive one of the Triad’s Most Admired CEOs awards from the Triad Business Journal. The 2017 class of honorees includes... Read More >

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New partnership for Beyond Academics program

Beyond Academics students at UNCG Commencement.UNCG has selected Monarch as its community partner of choice to provide support services to students enrolled in the Beyond Academics Comprehensive Transition Program. Created by UNCG Vice Chancellor... Read More >

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New Google Backup & Sync: Not Recommended for UNCG Users
A new version of Google Drive called “Backup and Sync” will be coming out in the next several weeks. Information Technology Services (ITS) wants to make you aware of this new version, even though we recommend that you not plan to upgrade to Backup and Sync. Backup and Sync is not designed for enterprise users [Read More]
Update to User Phone Numbers in UNCG WebEx
UNCG WebEx is scheduled to receive a routine update from the vendor, Cisco. As part of this update, the service will begin prompting users for phone number information upon login. However, in testing, this feature is not working as expected, resulting in repeated prompts for phone number information. In an effort to protect our users [Read More]
UPDATE (Resolved): Issue Affecting Multiple Campus Services
Update: 6/23/2017, 8:30 a.m. All problems related to the maintenance work on Wednesday have been resolved and services are operating normally. ITS apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this issue. If you have questions or continue to experience problems, please contact 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) or (Update: 6/22/2017, 9:02 a.m.) ITS continues to work [Read More]
REMINDER: Planned Downtime for Campus Network Services | Saturday | June 24 | 5:30am-7:30am
Who: Faculty, staff, and students What: Maintenance on data center firewall; brief downtime for most campus network services When: Saturday, June 24, 5:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. Information Technology Services (ITS) will perform maintenance on the data center firewall. This will result in a brief outage of campus network services, of no more than 10 minutes, during [Read More]
Changes to Starfish Authentication
On Monday, June 19, Information Technology Services (ITS) and the Students First office implemented a change to the way staff, faculty, and students access Starfish. Previously, authentication to Starfish was handled via an LTI tool in Canvas. Now, users accessing Starfish via Canvas will be directed to enter their UNCG username and password if they [Read More]

UNCG Places 44 Student-Athletes On Spring Academic All-SoCon Team
UNCG placed 44 student-athletes on the 2017 Spring Academic All-Southern Conference Team, according to an announcement by the league office Monday.
Alum Paul Chelimo Dominates National Championship, Heads To London Next
UNCG track alum and standout Paul Chelimo added another highlight to his career late Friday night as he won the U.S. National Outdoor Championship in the 5,000-meter race, dominating the field and qualifying for the World Championships in London in next month.
Men's Soccer Announces 2017 Schedule, Highlighted By Hosting North Carolina
UNCG men's soccer head coach Justin Maullin announced an 18-game regular season schedule for the 2017 season that features 10 home games at the UNCG Soccer Stadium, including welcoming in 2016 College Cup participant North Carolina and local rivals High Point, UNC Asheville and Appalachian State.
Women's Soccer Announces 2017 Schedule
On Wednesday, head coach Michael Coll announced the Spartans' 19-game slate for the 2017 season. The schedule features one exhibition and nine games played at the UNCG Soccer Stadium in Greensboro.
Former Spartan Max Povse Called up to Join the Seattle Mariners
SEATTLE, Wash. – Former Spartan Max Povse was called up to join the Seattle Mariners pitching staff Sunday morning. Povse, a Spartan from 2012-14, was a third round draft pick by the Atlanta Braves in the 2014 MLB Draft.

E3 Robotics
Catie Byrne Features Editor When most people think of the science, technology, engineering and math fields known as STEM, they think of science labs, math equations and nerds in thick-rimmed glasses. What […]
Appalachian Summer Festival
Jamal Sykes Staff Writer Expanding the boundaries of preservation and advancing visual and performing arts, the Appalachian Summer Festival began in 1984 at Appalachian State University as a showcase for chamber music. […]
An Uninspiring Victory: NBA Finals Recap
Andrew James Staff Writer All the way through, the 2016-17 NBA year was one of frustration for most of us. The regular season was a showcase for the extreme competitive disparity that […]
Binge Worthy Sports TV Shows/Miniseries
Daniel Johnson Sports Editor It’s summer and you’re and bored. The answer to this problem is simple: turn on Netflix, or go on your laptop and binge watch a series to kill […]
Pros and Cons of Playing Madden By Yourself
Daniel Johnson Sports Editor Well it is summer time, meaning all the time that was once committed to study groups and deciding whether or not a twenty page packet is worth printing, […]