In her Aug. 18 State of the Campus Address, Chancellor Linda P. Brady described a new normal, an era in which UNCG must continue to improve despite scarce public funds. She outlined a grim budget picture for the near future and a bold vision of what UNCG must do to thrive. Read more about what to expect in the future.
Chancellor Linda P. Brady delivers the State of the Campus address.
The academic restructuring on campus has a number of people curious about what it will mean for the future for various units and for the university. Read how Provost David H. Perrin explains the process and timetable as he addresses a few questions.
With the holidays approaching, now is a good time to plan a spring getaway. Based on responses to a survey about alumni travel interests, the first Alumni Association-sponsored trip is a spring fling in Savannah, Ga., March 23-26. Read more about how you can reserve your spot.
Being a UNCG alumnus brings you certain advantages. Read more about how you can get good deals on computers, insurance and more.
Know someone who deserves UNCG's highest honor? How about an alumnus who's making a difference? Consider nominating them for one of the university's high-profile awards so they can receive some well-deserved recognition. Nominate someone for the McIver Award or the Holderness/Weaver Award before Oct. 29. Nominations for the Alumni Distinguished Service Award and Young Alumni Award are open through Jan. 5.
Don't forget Schmooza Palooza Oct. 19. And if you live in Charlotte or the Triangle, look for alumni club events in your area. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.