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December 2012

Making a difference this holiday season

The holiday season is a time for giving and sharing. UNCG students, faculty and staff are taking the opportunity that the season provides to live out the university's motto of “Service.” Read more about how the UNCG family is giving back this holiday season.

Luminaires shed light on campus walkways.

Luminaires shed light on campus walkways.


UNCG and NC A&T join together to honor the legacy of Dr. King

UNCG and NC A&T are joining together to celebrate MLK Day with a message of unity, diversity and fiscal responsibility. It is the first time the two universities have collaborated to offer a single MLK celebration, and the event will be free and open to the public. Learn more about the event, which will feature humanitarian and comedian Dick Gregory.

December graduates walked today!

The UNCG alumni family just got a little larger. UNCG's December 2012 commencement ceremony took place this morning, Dec. 13, and honored August and December graduates. Read more about these newly minted graduates.

There's still time for that perfect UNCG gift

Though the holidays are upon us, there's still time to bring a little piece of campus home for your favorite UNCG alumnus. Read more about how you can benefit the Alumni Association by purchasing prints of the Alumni House or Foust Building by Bill Mangum '75, '83 MFA at a special price.

The real difference in your career

Career transition can be difficult, and can lead to bitterness and despair. However, there are ways to stay focused through trying times and find more meaning and motivation along the way. Read more from Kathleen Martinek, former UNCG alumni career counselor.

Alumni Association Announcements & Upcoming Events

The Alumni Club of New York City will sponsor a free gallery talk at the Mid-Manhattan Library on Dec. 15, and the Raleigh club will host a social before the UNCG-NC State basketball game on New Year's Eve. Learn about these events and more.

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