- Monday, January 13: Spring semester classes begin.
- Wednesday, January 15: Deadline for Ph.D. Fall 2014 applications
- Friday, January 17: Last day to change courses or drop courses for tuition and fees refund.
- Monday, January 20: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. Classes dismissed; offices closed.
- Tuesday, January 21: Deadline for graduate students to apply to graduate in May.
- Thursday, January 30: Levine Lecture at Weatherspoon Art Museum, see below
- Friday, January 31: Deadline for undergraduate students to apply to graduate in May.
- Saturday, Feb. 1: Deadline for M.A. Fall 2014 applications
- Monday-Friday, March 10-14: Classes dismissed for Spring Break
- Tuesday, March 11: Well·Spring Lecture, see below
- Friday, March 21, Language Proficiency Exams
- Friday, April 4: M.A. comprehensive exams, 10:30-4:30
- 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
"Art, Money, and Ideas in Weimar Germany"
Dr. Emily Levine, Assistant Professor of History
Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, 5:30 p.m.
Weatherspoon Art Museum
Dr. Levine will be giving a public talk at the Weatherspoon Art Museum on her recently published book, "Dreamland of Humanists: Warburg, Cassirer, Panofsky, and the Hamburg School" (Chicago, 2013). A reception and signing will follow. The event is co-sponsored by the History Department. For further details, please see this link: http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu/eventcalendar/show/?title=430-guest-lecture-emily-levine-art-money-and-ideas-in-weimar-germany
Well·Spring History Lecture Series
All lectures will be held in the Well·Spring Retirement Community Auditorium
- Tuesday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m.
"Before Plymouth: A History of Starting Over in the Americas, 1492-1620"
Dr. Peter Villella, Assistant Professor of History