Being an undergrad often means a steady diet of pizza and cramming for exams. This spring, you can offer undergraduates a little something more satisfying. The UNCG Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Ambassadors are launching Dinner with a Few Good Spartans, a new program in which alumni host small dinner parties for students. Read more to learn about how you can interact with students.
You don't have to host a formal party to have Dinner with a Few Good Spartans. It can be as relaxed or as formal as you would like. Here, Renwick Pridgeon, left, and Lamar Mack learn the finer points of etiquette at a UNCG Career Services event.
If you have a child, you know the importance of education. If you live in Guilford County, you know the impact education has on the community. On March 12, UNCG will host the latest One Guilford leadership symposium this time with a focus on education. Read more about the symposium.
It's winter, and the dream of escaping to exotic, faraway lands beckons. The UNCG Alumni Association has two trips planned for the fall. Read more about organized trips to Italy and China.
Our alumni not only include a Pulitzer Prize winner and a poet laureate, but also geneticists, teachers, artists, nurses, business leaders, counselors and so many others who make an impact in their communities and on the world. To honor the range of accomplishments of our graduates, the UNCG Alumni Association is hosting a site to showcase notable alumni. Read more about the site.
Enjoy some jazz, celebrate graduation or attend a black alumni dinner. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.