The vacant lot at 123 McIver is becoming a hotbed of activity. Or approximately 18 raised beds, to be precise. A campus garden is now under construction. Read more about how this garden will be used for classes in the coming year.
Dr. Susan Andreatta, co-director of UNCG Gardens, and Sarah Dorsey, a member of the campus sustainability committee, share a delighted hug as the first work on the gardens begins.
Three games into the season and the men's basketball team has already broken a school record. This year, UNCG has eight count 'em eight games that will be televised. Read more about when to tune in and how to plan viewing parties in your area.
You know you like the UNCG Alumni Association. Now you can like it on its new Facebook page. Read more about what you can find on this new and improved page.
It's been said one person's trash is another person's treasure. Hannah Rose Mendoza and Jonathon Anderson, assistant professors of interior architecture, want to refresh the world by recycling trash into design and construction materials. And their success depends on your vote. Read more about how you can help.
Every day UNCG alumni are making a difference. Whether it's volunteering in their communities or giving their all in classrooms, hospitals or boardrooms, our alumni change the world for the better. Don't you think some deserve some special recognition? Read more about how you can nominate someone for the Alumni Distinguished Service Award or the Young Alumni Award.
The fall issue of UNCG Magazine is in the mail. If you haven't gotten your UNCG Magazine yet, go online and take a peek. Big stories include a look at our first class of UNCG Guarantee scholars; a profile of DeLana Harvick '96, wife of NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick and co-owner of KHI; short how-to items on everything from avoiding bee stings to painting up for games; and a look back at Curry School. You'll also find videos from Homecoming and Founders Day as well as a slideshow of all the activities from the Children's Festival to the big game. Visit the magazine site.
Get into the holiday spirit with Branches of Love on Dec. 4. Or visit Greensboro's First Presbyterian Church for a UNCG Holiday Choral Concert on Dec. 5. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.