UNC Greensboro students traveled to the beaches of Guatemala for winter break, but it wasn’t to just take in the sunshine. The group visited the country to learn more about dentistry and help others through a dental clinic.
For the past 20 years, CYFCP’s Bringing Out the Best has lived up to its name by helping Guilford County residents under 5 years old overcome behavioral, social, and emotional challenges.
Check out this sampling of UNCG students’ favorite faculty and staff members and the personal reasons why they make a difference to the students they serve.
Cody Rigby’s ’09 journey to success as one of Peloton’s top instructors was anything but easy. But, as he says, “a cute face and determination can open a lot of doors.” And of course, there’s his UNCG education.
“Neighbors and Other Stories” collects some of the short stories written by Diane Oliver ’64, an alumna who played a key role in the integration of Greensboro during her time at UNCG.
After a stellar performance in the classroom this semester, 31 UNC Greensboro student-athletes have earned a spot on the Fall 2023 Academic All-Southern Conference (SoCon) team.
Applications are now open for the Greensboro Project Space summer student residency. The program allows students to experiment and create with their art beyond the classroom. Each student – either a junior, senior, or recently graduated alum – gets their own gallery space in GPS.
UNCG launched the Trauma-Informed Professional Practice K-12 Educator (TIPP K-12 Educator) Certificate Program, a virtual program for educators to help them recognize the signs of trauma in their classrooms and among their colleagues. The interactive, 16-module online training program that equips educators with an understanding of trauma’s impact on the lives of students, teachers, staff and families.
As an ethnomusicologist, UNCG Assistant Professor David Aarons focuses on music’s role in culture. He and his students use music as a lens to see how cultures move, adapt, and interact over time.
In Greensboro, students find a welcoming community with social outlets and networking opportunities that make it the perfect college town for Spartans.