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What’s New at the G

The bronze Woman's College Tribute sculpture on the UNCG campus.

New clubs, new learning spaces, and new academic programs give Spartans more choices to tailor their education and form new friendships.

UNCG’s Light the Way Campaign Rises Past $163M

The words "Light the Way" are projected against the side of a building near the UNCG Minerva statue.

For the second year in a row, UNCG has announced its best fundraising year ever. In the past fiscal year, our total gifts and new commitments rose by $26.9 million, and the Light the Way campaign now exceeds $163 million.

UNCG’s 2023 Research Magazine Now Available Online

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From disrupting dehumanizing narratives about Black men, to finding new ways to fight cancer, UNCG researchers make an impact. Meet faculty and students building green tech for a better future, diving into new fields like esports, and helping bees and humans thrive, in the new UNCG Research magazine.

Gaming ethnography

UNCG student Sophia Rosenberg at her laptop.

A gamer. A researcher. An anthropology and religious studies double major. Meet Sophia Rosenberg, who found their path to the future through UNCG’s Network for the Cultural Study of Videogaming.

Greensboro Business of the Year Has Roots at UNCG

UNCG alum and Xtern Software founder Keir Davis

Xtern Software, Inc. in Greensboro is full of Spartan Pride. The custom software company is owned by a UNCG alum with other alumni on the team. Now, it’s the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year.