It may be the height of summer, but you can always start planning for the fall. Mark your calendars for Sept. 24–Oct. 5 — that's when FallFest returns to UNCG.
Last year, alumni and friends came out in record numbers to enjoy festivals, concerts, sporting events, art shows, a pep rally, a parade and even our first ever tailgate party. It's an entire week showcasing the best of UNCG. Read more about what's in store this year.
A family enjoys the Parade of Chariots at last year's FallFest.
For anyone who has ever overdone it jogging that extra mile or lifting one too many moving boxes, the answer to staving off muscular aches and pains could be as simple as swallowing a pill containing fruit and vegetable compounds before going for the burn. Read more about Dr. Allan Goldfarb's research in this area.
If you're a new UNCG student living in Lee County, you're in for a treat. A group of WC/UNCG alumni have gathered together to start a new tradition — an ice cream social for new students. Read more about this event and learn how you can plan one in your area.
Call her an international artist. Izumi Ryono '04, '07 MFA has received the International Sculpture Center's Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. See her award-winning sculpture.
Look what's in store: An event for young professionals with food, music and drinks. A chance to learn about the interworkings of the human body. Sports camps for children. A reunion of former scholarship recipients. An exploration of wild music. Read more about these and other events especially for alumni.