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NEWS & EVENTS

Upcoming Events

Important Dates

  • Friday, April 11, "German Weeks 2014: Germany in Europe," see below
  • Wednesday, April 16, "Historians, Digitization & the Future of Historical Research," see below
  • Friday, April 18: Spring Holiday. Classes dismissed; offices closed.
  • Friday, April 25: Graduate Student Conference
  • Tuesday, April 29: Last day of classes. University follows Friday class schedule.
  • Wednesday, April 30: Reading Day
  • May 1-3, 5-7: Final examinations
  • Thursday, May 8: Department Recognition Ceremony, details TBA
  • Friday, May 9: University Commencement
  • Thursday, May 15: Summer Session I classes begin
  • Monday, May 26: Deadline for graduate students to apply to graduate in summer 2014.
  • Friday, June 6: Deadline for undergraduate students to apply to graduate in summer 2014.
  • Wednesday, June 18: First summer session exams
  • Thursday, June 19: Summer Session II classes begin
  • Thursday-Friday: July 3-4: Independence Day Holiday, classes dismissed, offices closed on Friday.
  • Friday, July 25: Second summer session exams
  • Friday, August 8: Summer graduation date
  • Monday, August 18: Fall 2014 classes begin

"German Weeks 2014: Germany in Europe"

New York University Professor of History Dr. Mary Nolan will present "Americanization, Europeanization, Globalization: Germany Since 1945" Friday, April 11, 12:00-2:00 p.m., in North Spencer Parlor.


"Historians, Digitization & the Future of Historical Research"

Wednesday, April 16, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Hodges Reading Room, 2nd floor Jackson Library

In association with the launch of "Textiles Teachers & Troops: Greensboro 1880-1945," this program will examine the implications of using digital resources such as this one. Panelists will include UNCG historians Lisa Tolbert and Anne Parsons of the UNCG History Department, and PhD candidate Alexandra Chassanoff of UNC Chapel Hill.


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