Life often holds mysteries more wonderful than our best-laid plans, novelist Margaret Brown Maron told approximately 2,300 new graduates at UNCG's spring commencement. Be ready for the unexpected and do what you love. Read more about her commencement address.
Margaret Maron, whose roads led from WC to marriage and a writing career, returned to campus and received an honorary doctor of letters degree after her commencement address.
A missionary. Two educators. A philanthropist. A businessman. A breast cancer survivor. An artist. All volunteers who have given of themselves to make a difference in their communities and around the world. These people received UNCG's top awards for service May 11. Read more about the recipients of UNCG's most prestigious awards.
UNCG has one of the best gym memberships around. And it's about to get even better. Campus Recreation welcomes UNCG alumni and has made it easier to use the Student Recreation Center than ever before. Read more about how you can join and plans for the future of campus recreation.
Since Reunion, the Alumni Association has added two more alumni to its Board of Directors. Read more to see who will represent you in the coming year.
If you live in Greensboro or Washington, D.C., plan to attend networking events in those areas next week. And it's never too early to mark your calendar for UNCG's Sept. 25 Homecoming. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.