A team of UNCG student designers, led by Professor Jo Ramsay Leimenstoll, set out to reimagine historic Woodlawn, a plantation home built by George Washington's nephew on land carved out of the Mount Vernon estate. Read more about how these students succeeded… and won first prize.
UNCG designers won first place for their design of Woodlawn's family parlor.
Reunion 2013 was a wonderful weekend full of memories and fellowship, from brunches and receptions to a poignant interactive session between African-American students and alumni. Read more about the event, where the Class of '63 unveiled a record-breaking $2 million class gift.
Last week, more than 2,000 undergraduates and 650 graduate students joined your Alumni Association by graduating from UNCG! Read more about spring commencement.
Are you looking for a way to stay involved with UNCG and share your valuable experiences with current students? TEAM Up With US, an initiative housed within Undergraduate Studies, is seeking volunteers. Read more about how you can help teach and mentor promising undergraduate students.
The Construction Professional Network of North Carolina has given the Star Award, the highest honor bestowed by that organization, to the recent renovation of the seven historic residence halls on campus, known collectively as the Quad. Read more about this honor at UNCG Now.
Summer is upon us, but there are lots of upcoming alumni events! Alumni Relations is partnering with the UNCG Political Science Department and the Center for Legislative Studies to offer a reception in Washington, D.C., for the N.C. congressional delegation and UNCG alumni. Also, there are upcoming Alumni Club socials in Greensboro and Charlotte, and a chance to Walk for the Animals with other alumni in Durham. Learn more at the Alumni Event Calendar.