The School of Education is getting a new home a structure that will be the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified building on campus.
Dr. James G. Ryan has his work cut out for him as the founding dean of the UNCG and NC A&T Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN).
Youngsters spending a summer morning at the UNCG Dream Camp have at least one thing in common they have all been diagnosed with Asperger's Disorder.
Folks have been giving the Julius Foust Building double-takes for several months now. The reason: green and maroon trim colors that haven't been seen in over a century.
He was pretty amused by my shirt.
Junior Luke Kaiser, on helping to find and rescue an injured hiker last summer. Luke was wearing his UNCG Bookstore staff shirt with big letters Yes, I Can Help You. (News & Record, Aug 2)
What I'd say is that in bad times, people are healthier, but not necessarily happier.
Dr. Chris Ruhm, UNCG economist known for his research that recessions are good for physical health, in the Los Angeles Times.
Like everything, until you can see it, touch it and kind of kick the tires, if you will, it isn't real.
John Merrill, executive director of Gateway University Research Park, at a 2008 groundbreaking.
Peace appeals to the hearts; studies to the brain.
Dr. Johan Galtung, a pioneer of peace studies, who lectured and led a two-day workshop on conflict resolution at UNCG in October.
University Archives is missing several issues of the Carolinian student newspaper from the fall of 1940 to the fall of 1946.
If any alumni have issues from 1940 to 1946 and would be willing to share them, please send them to:
Hermann J. Trojanowski
Assistant University Archivist
University Archives & Manuscripts
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170