Dr. Selima Sultana, UNCG professor in the Department of Geography, Environment, & Sustainability and winner of the 2021 Edward L. Ullman Award from the American Association of Geographers Transportation Geography Specialty Group (AAG TGSG) As the Senate moves closer to a bipartisan deal on $1.2 trillion for infrastructure projects, they have the support of automotive […]

UNC Greensboro recently held its fifth annual CHANCE (Campamento Hispano Abriendo Nuestro Camino a la Educación) summer program. The college-immersion experience encourages Latinx students to pursue higher education by demonstrating that it is accessible to them.  Many campers choose to pursue their college education at UNCG because of their positive experience during the CHANCE program. […]

This year has been unlike any other.  Events went virtual. Residence halls were turned into quarantine and isolation quarters. Faculty adapted their courses to a hybrid model. Students learned through a screen. Staff worked tirelessly to uphold a “culture of care” with a host of safety protocols and ever-changing guidelines. And through it all, Spartans […]

Four years ago, alumnus Paul Chelimo barely placed onto the U.S. Olympic team. He went on to win the Olympic Silver Medal. This summer, he earned his way with a dominant first place finish. At the June 27 U.S. qualifying race in Oregon, he outpaced all competitors to book his ticket to the Summer Olympics […]

Greensboro residents enjoy a movie under the stars at Spartan Cinema. UNC Greensboro is located in the heart of a vibrant and thriving city with plenty to do. Now that COVID-19 restrictions have been loosened for businesses, events, and public spaces, residents and visitors alike can partake in all that Greensboro offers – arts and […]

Kathy Hoang moves into North Spencer Residence Hall for the Fall 2020 semester. When Brianna Calvin moved onto campus in August of last year as a first-year biology major, she didn’t know what to expect. Because of COVID-19 and the de-densification of campus, many first-year students and upperclassmen alike believed that being on campus would […]

Students participate in a wood joinery workshop at the Blum House in Old Salem. For three weeks in May, a group of eight UNC Greensboro students forged metals, split shingles, conducted paint analysis, and learned all things historic preservation.  The annual historic preservation field school, led by Professor Emerita Jo Ramsay Leimenstoll, provides students the […]

Mike Jones is still unpacking. After a decade settled in one job, pulling up stakes to move to a new office in a new city in a new league means, well, there’s a lot to unpack. But the office itself doesn’t really matter all that much to Jones, so there’s no hurry to empty the […]

The worst days for America gave it perhaps the most outstanding public college for women. Woman’s College (WC) was established as the Great Depression entered its third, horrible year. More and more men were becoming unemployed and marriage rates continued to decline, leaving young women urgently seeking ways to sustain themselves. At this campus, many […]