Dr. David H. Perrin, who has been dean of the School of Health and Human Performance since 2001, will be our next provost. He'll take the helm July 1. Read more about Perrin and an opportunity to meet him at an upcoming alumni event.
Dr. David Perrin, left, speaks with outgoing provost Edward Uprichard.
Like many of us, Warren Rochelle '91 MFA, '97 PhD grew up hearing North Carolina ghost stories. From the beginning he was fascinated by the idea of separate realities. Now he's creating a new kind of fairy tale. Read more about Warren's second novel, "Harvest of Changelings."
A new science exhibition that explores nature's musical spectrum, from the high-pitched chirping of tiny crickets to the low frequency whistling of Blue Whales, has been developed by Dr. Patricia Gray, a professor and senior research scientist of Biomusic at UNCG's Music Research Institute. The 4,000-square-foot exhibition, titled "Wild Music: Sound & Songs of Life," opens on Saturday, June 30, at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh and runs through Sunday, Sept. 16. Read more about the "Wild Music" exhibition.
In May, the Alumni Association Board of Directors approved a strategic plan outlining where they would like to go in the coming years. Here's what you can expect.
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