Five alumnae received UNCG's top awards for service to their communities, their professions and even to the state and nation. Learn why these women deserve UNCG's highest awards. Read more at University News.
From left to right: Dot Kearns, Susan Whittington, Dr. Katherine Rawson, Chancellor Linda P. Brady, Patricia Garrett and Sue Cole.
The UNCG Guarantee is just the latest in a long list of ways UNCG supports low-income students. And now a national research group has recognized UNCG as one of five universities out of more than 1,100 who serve students in need well. Read more at University News.
High school may have just ended but many incoming freshmen are already feeling excited and a little nervous about coming to UNCG in the fall. To ease the transition, the Office of Alumni Relations is looking for volunteers to help organize summer send-offs. Read more about how you can help.
Over and over I see a job search or career get stalled. You develop the perfect resume and prepare the 30- and 60-second commercial. You list your strengths, write letters to employers, set up networking meetings. Then the wait … and frustration … Read more from Kathleen Martinek, former UNCG alumni career counselor.
In the mood for a little networking? Or maybe an opportunity to unwind after work? How about a little Durham Bulls ball action? Learn all about these events and more.