More than 300 people came home in April.
For some, it was the first time they had been back to campus in 50 years. For others, such as Dr. Nancy White '46, it was the most recent in a long line of reunions. For all, it was a time to relive old memories, reconnect with old friends and rekindle friendships. Read more about Reunion.
Barbara Alley Simon, right, gets ready for UNCG's Grand Reunion Luncheon, along with other 1957 classmates. The class of 1957 celebrated their 50th anniversary at Reunion.
Do your thoughts stray from your work or studies? Do you catch yourself making to-do lists when your attention should be elsewhere? Welcome to the club. Read more about this study on mind-wandering.
After overseeing UNCG's academic area since 1995, Ed Uprichard is retiring as UNCG's provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. And he says he's a lucky to have enjoyed a productive run at a great university. Read more about the provost's thoughts on his years at UNCG.
Alumni receptions, golf outings, baseball and theater productions are just a few things in store for alumni in the coming months. Learn more about these and other announcements and events.
It was another perfect pairing.
In March, more than 100 guests joined Chancellor Patricia A. Sullivan for hors d'oeuvres at 223 South Elm, where they mingled with faculty, staff, volunteers and UNCG theater students. The guests then headed across the street for a viewing of the Triad Stage’s production of the comic farce "Noises Off." Read more about UNCG's collaboration with the downtown theater.