Spring is upon us, which means it's time for generations of Woman's College alumnae to return to campus, eager to see good friends and share stories about the past, present and future. Reunion Weekend 2013 will take place April 12-13. Read more about what WC alumnae can expect from this weekend of fun and togetherness.
Woman's College alumnae can look forward to a daisy-filled weekend.
The rolling hills send back the sound of our triumphant song… Greensboro's rolling hills will be alive with the sounds of some of the nation's top collegiate bands next week as the UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance hosts the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) National Conference. Read more about how you can attend these free performances, which will also stream live on the web.
Former Chancellor William Bill Moran, who served from 1979-1994, left a major mark on campus, overseeing millions of dollars in capital improvements and fostering a tenfold increase in the university's endowment. Read more about how this hub of student activity is being dedicated in Moran's honor in a May ceremony.
Reed, whose latest book is Dixie Bohemia: A French Quarter Circle in the 1920s, is the William Rand Kenan Jr. professor emeritus of sociology at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has written widely on the idiosyncrasies of the South. Read more about Reed's talk at the Friends of the UNCG Libraries Blog.
UNCG alumni are doing great things all over the world. Likewise, current students are receiving cutting-edge training and are excited to find ways to become exposed to new industries and opportunities. Read more about ways that alumni can aid promising students in getting a head start on career development from Patrick Madsen, director of UNCG's Career Services Center.
Spring is in the air! In addition to Reunion 2013, there are exciting alumni events happening this month in N.Y.C., D.C., Charlotte, Raleigh and beyond. In addition, major alumni awards are on the way. Learn about these events and more.