Dr. Linda P. Brady, who is senior vice president and provost at the University of Oregon and a former dean at NC State, became our campus' 10th chancellor Aug. 1.
Since its opening in 2003, the new landmark on the corner of North Drive and McIver Street has been called the Science Building. But no longer. Now the state-of-the-art facility has a new name the Patricia A. Sullivan Science Building.
Sculptor James Barnhill MFA '82 rose to the challenge. The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation commissioned Barnhill to create the 11½-foot bronze statue of General Nathanael Greene The Fighting Quaker that graces the Greene Street roundabout in downtown Greensboro. The job wasn't easy. How does one capture the essence of a man who was a walking contradiction, and something of a saint?
You can remove interim from Dr. Celia Hooper's title. The UNCG alumna and professor of communication sciences and disorders became dean of the School of Health and Human Performance (HHP) on July 1.
What better motto for a 21st century, student-centered research university than Service.
Dr. Linda P. Brady after being named UNCG's next chancellor at the Board of Governor's meeting in Chapel Hill
It's the postmodern nightmare to have all of your selves collide.
Dr. Rebecca Adams, UNCG professor of sociology, in an article that appeared in The Washington Post on social networking web sites such as Facebook
It took Bob Dylan years before he was recorded. Just keep doing it.
Folk singer Alice Gerrard, encouraging songwriters at the School of Music's N.C. Music Fest
It's more intimate it's like a dinner theatre but without the dinner.
Douglas Cato, construction project manager in Facilities Design and Construction, about the performance space in Brown Building that replaced the recital hall
We're entering a phase where we don't want a paycheck, we want a playcheck.
Economic futurist Dr. Lowell Catlett of New Mexico State University, delivering the Kathleen Price Bryan Visiting Professor of Financial Affairs lecture in March