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This week, UNC Greensboro’s 2022 May Commencement and Doctoral Hooding Ceremony welcomed 2,838 new graduates into the Spartan alumni family at the Greensboro Coliseum and UNCG Auditorium.
2,137 bachelor’s degrees, 598 master’s degrees, and 103 doctoral degrees were conferred, including 78 to international students.
Their path was not easy; their academic journeys were in the midst of a global pandemic with challenges in all parts of life, but these Spartans persevered with courage and dedication to their chosen paths and future professions.
Read more at https://news.uncg.edu/congrats-grads-over-2800-spartans-honored-at-commencement/
We are UNC Greensboro. A national leader in a thriving city, right here in the heart of North Carolina. Find your way here. Visit uncg.edu for more information. #UNCGWay
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Sky Kihuwa-Mani has dreamt of becoming a physician for as long as she can remember.
Now, that dream is becoming a reality.
In a few short days, she will turn her tassel, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology. At the same time, she will turn the page to the next chapter of her life as she prepares to move to New York City to pursue her MD-PhD at one of the top medical schools in the country, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Read more at https://news.uncg.edu/dream-realized-sky-kihuwa-mani-class-of-2022/.
Yahira knew she wanted to be a Spartan since age 12, but it wasn’t until she found her way to UNCG that she really found herself. She’s no longer the shy girl she once was. She’s a leader and a guide, helping others make UNCG their home. She’s found power in her gifts. The School of Dance unlocked her potential, and she’s gained confidence through self-expression. The School of Education helped her unleash her voice. It opened her eyes to a whole new world of teaching, and now she uses integrated dance to inspire the next generation. So when she walk across that stage at graduation, earning two degrees in four years as a first-generation college student, she knows her 12-year-old self would be proud of how far she’s come.
Read her story at https://news.uncg.edu/class-of-2022-yahira-robinson/.
Located in the vibrant and perfectly sized City of Greensboro, UNC Greensboro offers students an engaging campus life, challenging academics, and opportunities to launch their career dreams. Find your way here. #UNCGWay
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As a student at UNCG, you can compete in the new esports arena with the latest, state-of-the-art gaming technology. Whether you’re a gamer seeking to meet other students through the UNCG Esports Club Team, a student seeking lab time for your academics, or a fierce competitor facing off in national esports competitions, the esports arena is the place for you.
Learn more at esports.uncg.edu.
More than one million North Carolina adults never completed college.
At UNC Greensboro, we believe excellence in education changes lives. That’s why we provide paths to prosperity for more first-generation and lower-income students than any other public university in the state.
We build the nurses and health care professionals, teachers and social workers, business owners and artists that make North Carolina better for all.
Find your prosperity here.
At UNC Greensboro, we take pride in building the people who make North Carolina better for all – shaping those that help others transform potential into prosperity. And the class of ’85 College of Visual and Performing Arts alumni Scott T. Hamilton is doing just that.
Read more on Scott's story at news.uncg.edu.
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