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NEWS & EVENTS

Upcoming Events

Important Dates

  • Friday, Mar. 18: History graduate student language proficiency exams.
  • Friday, Mar. 25: Spring holiday. Classes dismissed, offices closed.
  • Mar. 28-Apr. 20: Fall 2016 registration for continuing students
  • Wednesday, Mar. 30: UNCG Historical Society Spring Panel. See below for details.
  • Friday, Apr. 1: M.A. comprehensive exams.
  • Tuesday, Apr. 26: Last day of classes. University follows Friday schedule.
  • Wednesday, Apr. 27: Reading Day.
  • Apr. 28-30, May 2-4: Final Exams
  • Thursday, May 5: History Recognition Ceremony
  • Friday, May 6: University Commencement, Greensboro Coliseum
  • Thursday, May 12: Summer Session I classes begin
  • Thursday, June 16: Summer Session II classes begin

Spring Panel: Antisemitism: From Persecution to Genocide

Wednesday, March 30, 6:00 p.m.
School of Education Building, Room 114

The UNCG Historical Society is proud to present our spring panel, Antisemitism: From Persecution to Genocide. Guest speakers will include UNCG Emeritus Professor and author of The Twisted Road to Auschwitz, Dr. Karl Schleunes, Rabbi Frank Fischer, witness to Kristallnacht, Dr. Zev Harel, survivor of three death camps, and UNCG Communication Studies Professor, Dr. Roy Schwartzman. Dr. Schleunes will be discussing the the progression of antisemitism in Europe during the twentieth century, Rabbi Fischer and Dr. Harel will discuss their experiences in Nazi Germany, and Dr. Schwartzman will discuss how antisemitism is relevant to today's issues of hate. This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served immediately following the event. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Brittany Hedrick at bmhedric@uncg.edu. Hope to see you there!

For parking options: https://parking.uncg.edu/parking-operations/visitors/


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