A team of students and business experts invest in homeless entrepreneurs
With hopes to be a music ambassador, Angel Gonzalez steps out of his element.
Kinesiology student Davon Yates ’13 promotes change through youth sports.
Commencement speaker tells grads that continuing to grow and develop as people can lead to long term happiness
UNCG's renovation and restoration of The Quad, seven historic residence halls built around the early 1920s, has been honored by Preservation Greensboro for “excellence in preservation.”
U.S. News & World Report ranks UNCG's School of Education among America's top education graduate schools in its latest survey.
UNCG named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a school can receive for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement.
Military Times Edge magazine has named UNCG a “Best for Vets” school. UNCG is the only public university in North Carolina included in the annual ranking.
The Department of Consumer, Apparel and Retail Studies is ranked among the best programs in the South and recognized as having one of the best fashion merchandising programs in the nation.
UNCG's African American Studies program has garnered national recognition as one of the top 10 programs of its kind in the country.
UNCG's Jefferson Suites Residence Hall has been awarded LEED Silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, an acknowledgement of its sustainable design, construction and operation.
UNCG officials give presentation on historic renovation at conference
Meet Mr. Cooper
Nira Pereg: Abraham Abraham /Sarah Sarah
the kids are all right: and exhibition about family and photography
Theatre 232 - Noodle Doodle Box
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Katie Marshall, a UNCG alumni, explains how skills learned at the university's Communication Department are useful within the workplace.
Josh Fuentes, a UNCG student, uses long boarding as a way to meet new people on campus.
Rebecca Macleod assists in the effort to provide orchestra programs to schools.
Zim Ugochukwu, a UNCG alumna, explains how being a Luce Scholar aids in her ability to travel the world after graduating from UNCG.
Joseph Hill trains students to become interpreters within UNCG's Professions of Deafness program.
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