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UNCG Launches curriculum-focused Esports League

On Monday, January 23, UNCG announced the launch of the UNCG Scholastic Esports Alliance (UNCG SEA) — the nation’s first university-led, curriculum-focused statewide high school esports league.

Making music with the Indigo Girls

Before their University Concert and Lecture Series performance, the Indigo Girls talked making music and collaboration with students.

PasT societies offer lessons for global warming

A comprehensive new study led by Professor Gwen Robbins Schug of UNC Greensboro traces the impact of rapid climate change events on humans over the past 5,000 years, and offers lessons for today’s policy makers.

Celebrate, Honor, and Get Involved

Each year on the third Monday of January, the nation observes a federal holiday to mark the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. The holiday celebrates and remembers the Baptist minister and Civil Rights leader who was assassinated April 4, 1968, but not before leaving a legacy of nonviolent protest against racial injustice. Below are a few ways the UNCG community may join in honoring Dr. King’s legacy.

Esports and education fuel e2 Weekend

On February 3-4, UNCG will collaborate with Epic Games to host E2 Weekend. The event will feature a tournament for students – Spartan Clash featuring Rocket League – and educational seminars for educators on classroom applications of 3D interactive.

Women’s, Gender, and sexuality studies professorship named for Kadis’ Granddaughters

“The more we change, the more we have to learn,” says Claudia Kadis ’65. Her new gift will establish the Dylan Rose Kadis and Eloise Hall Kadis Distinguished Professorship in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) and will represent the bulk of an expected $1 million investment in UNC Greensboro’s WGSS program.

This is the fifth professorship established during Light the Way: The Campaign for Earned Achievement. This comprehensive fundraising campaign seeks to raise $200 million to increase access, elevate academic excellence, and enhance the tremendous impact of UNCG’s programs.

Undergraduate research paved alumna’s career path

Alexis Davis ’19’s love of biology and chemistry has taken her to Ghana and gotten her work published in scientific journals. She started laying the foundation for success through her research into viruses at UNCG.

A year at UNCG: looking back at 2022

From Esports tournaments to groundbreaking research on bees, UNC Greensboro dreamed big, worked toward its mission for student excellence, and continued to leave a tangible impact on the world. Here’s a look back at what happened at UNCG in 2022. Making waves in sports UNCG is cementing its place in … Continued

UNCG celebrates a resilient graduating class

With the end of the fall term, another group of graduates has completed their educational goals amidst unprecedented conditions. On Friday, December 9, UNC Greensboro faculty, students, and their families gathered at the Greensboro Coliseum to celebrate 1,486 baccalaureate graduates, award 370 master’s degrees, and acknowledge 110 doctoral degrees that were granted in a hooding ceremony the previous day. Themes of resiliency and community spirit resounded throughout the ceremony.