Campus News

Dining that’s just, right
If there’s a handbook for how to start and run a restaurant, Kathryn Hubert ’12 has completely rewritten it. As owner and chef of Chez... Read More >
UNCG awarded $6.1 million from Dept. of Education
UNC Greensboro today announced that the School of Education has been awarded a five-year, $6.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The funding,... Read More >
Research helps domestic violence survivors in recovery
Domestic violence affects one out of three Americans. As a survivor, 2019 doctoral graduate Joy Kelly is on a mission to help others through the... Read More >
Broadway, puppies, global journeys in new magazine
With dozens of stories about UNC Greensboro initiatives, research, and real-world impact, the Fall 2019 UNCG Magazine shines a spotlight on Spartans around campus and... Read More >
Celebrate UNCG Homecoming
Gear up in your blue and gold, and get ready to show off that Spartan spirit.  It’s Homecoming week.  UNC Greensboro’s annual Homecoming celebration kicks... Read More >


Multiple Buildings – Planned Wireless Network Downtime | October 21-25
Who: Students, faculty, and staff What: Upgrade to wireless network in the following buildings: 117 McIver St (Carter Childcare) 119 McIver St 127 McIver St 310 McIver St (North Drive Childcare Center) 536 Highland Ave (Family Research) Sink Building 996 Spring Garden St Railroad Underpass (Tunnel South) Oakland Deck 1605 Spring Garden St Oakland Warehouse [Read More]
Upcoming Canvas Enhancements | October 19
On October 19, 2019, Instructure will release enhancements to Canvas that affect the instructor experience within course(s). Course Navigation The Course Navigation Menu will feature color and visual indicators that show active menu items.  The active link will be displayed in black with a vertical line on the left. Inactive links, currently in light grey text, [Read More]
Resolved: DegreeWorks Outage
An issue affecting DegreeWorks occurred today between 7:00 a.m. and 7:50 a.m. ITS confirms that the DegreeWorks service is restored and functioning normally. ITS is still investigating the root cause of the outage and continues to monitor service. If you experience any issues with DegreeWorks, please contact 6-TECH. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by [Read More]
Course Search Function in UNCGenie to be Patched
On September 24, 2019, Ellucian (the vendor for Banner) informed UNCG of an issue with the public-facing course search function in UNCGenie that could potentially result in unauthorized data disclosure. To prevent this from happening, the course search function was disabled on September 25. On October 10, Ellucian delivered a patch for this issue. ITS [Read More]
Google Apps in Canvas Maintenance | October 16
Who: Students, faculty, and staff What: Google Apps in Canvas maintenance When: Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3:15 a.m. – 5:15 a.m. On Wednesday, October 16, starting at 3:15 a.m., Instructure (the vendor for Canvas) will perform maintenance over a two-hour period. During that time, there will be a 10-minute window when users will not be [Read More]


UNCG Men's Soccer Looks To Stay Unbeaten In SoCon
Off to their best start to conference play in over a decade, the Spartans will be looking to move to 4-0-0 in the SoCon with a win over Furman on the road
UNCG Men's Tennis Competes Through Day Three Of ITA Regional
The Spartans competed through day three of the ITA Carolina Regional Championships this weekend
UNCG Women's Soccer Ends Road Schedule With A Win
Spartans put a cap on their regular season road schedule, defeating Chattanooga 2-1 on Sunday
UNCG Men's Soccer Moves To The Top Of The SoCon Table
The Spartans shutout Wofford 3-0 to take sole ownership of the top spot in the Southern Conference standings, while clinching their best start to conference play since 2005.
UNCG Volleyball Earns Victory On Day Celebrating 50th Anniversary
UNCG Volleyball Earns Victory On Day Celebrating 50th Anniversary


Another Arab Spring: Turmoil in Iraq
R.A Brock Staff Writer/Copy Writer Since last Tuesday, anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of Baghdad and other southern Iraqi cities to protest for jobs, services and an end to government corruption that seems to be rampant in Iraq.... Read More ›
‘Writers as Witness’ Series at Scuppernong Books
Megan Pociask Staff Writer Scuppernong Books continued their ‘Writers as Witness’ series last Thursday, October 3 at 7 p.m. with their latest newsworthy topic: ‘Working aBroad Beat; Freelance and Regional Reporting’.  The event featured the ever-so-talented and renowned North Carolina-based... Read More ›
Surviving College with a Learning Disability
Rachel Spinella Features Editor Navigating university life can be difficult for any student. Imagine entering this new level of higher learning with a learning disability on top of that. This is why it is often so important to be able... Read More ›
Weatherspoon Museum: Human Form as Art
Gabrielle LoweryStaff Writer  From March 9 through October 20, the Weatherspoon Museum will be holding an exhibition on the second floor in the Gregory D. Ivy Gallery and Weatherspoon Guild Gallery. The exhibit entitled ‘Here We Are: Painting and Sculpting... Read More ›
Why do we stereotype?
Hannah Larson Staff Writer Everyone stereotypes, whether they are doing so consciously or subconsciously. Our minds make quick judgements about others concerning race, gender and other attributes. When we think of stereotyping, we automatically assume the term is bad. However,... Read More ›


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