Chancellor Gilliam has announced his decision regarding the majors, programs, and course offerings that will be discontinued following the Academic Portfolio Review.
The online Master of Library and Information Science program in UNCG’s School of Education has been ranked the ninth-best program in the nation and the top one in North Carolina. The rating was issued by BestColleges.com.
UNCG Professor Christine Murray has launched a unique survivor-focused, online tool for people who have experienced domestic abuse called The Source for Survivors. Her goal: create a space that encourages community and support for domestic abuse survivors on a long-term healing journey.
For the month of February, Spartans can tally up their time spent running, swimming, or biking certain distances for a chance to win prizes.
Chancellor Gilliam and Provost Storrs share their response to the issues raised by the Faculty Senate related to the Academic Portfolio Review.
Faculty and staff may nominate students they believe embody the characteristics of the Honor Society by March 15.
Faculty can register for this online workshop, with an in-person watch party option, to talk about faculty burnout and methods to avoid it on February 15.
Dr. Croatt will carry out the duties of Dean Sherine Obare as she becomes Vice Chancellor of Research and Engagement. He headed UNCG’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and has been recognized for his ongoing achievements in his years of research.
On February 9, Spartans ADVANCE will sponsor a workshop with lunch provided, reflecting upon uncovering joy and aligning joy with professional goals. Due to limited seating, participants are encouraged to register by February 1.
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