UNC Greensboro

In Memoriam: Jay White

Flowers on campus.

White was a valuable member of Facilities Operations and the UNCG community from 2007 until his passing in April. His memorial service will be on June 3 in Archdale.

Take your child to camp: Herpetological Research Experience

Students look at a tiny turtle in one of their hands.

This camp brings 9th through 12th graders together with field experts to learn about reptiles and amphibians. They will get to see how researchers study the ecosystems within our ephemeral pools, streams, lakes, and hardwood forests.

Traffic changes during construction

Road work sign.

Crews will work on the steam distribution system replacement project starting May 8 after Commencement. Some streets and sidewalks will be impacted by this work through the summer and likely into October.

End-of-year Starfish updates and survey

Students take notes in a classroom.

The program will soon undergo its routine feedback clearing ahead of the summer session. Instructors are asked to fill out the regular survey about what worked and what didn’t with Starfish.

Lead the incoming class as a SOAR volunteer

A SOAR volunteer speaks with a student.

SOAR helps new students and transfer students learn their way around campus, and understand all the services and resources at their fingertips. Volunteers help make this program a success every year.

Commencement volunteers are needed

Graduate students smile at their Commencement.

Volunteers are critical to making the ceremonies for graduating students a success. They are needed for the two May events for undergraduates and doctoral and master’s students.

Unreal Engine training for UNCG faculty and staff

Faculty in the esports center learn to use the Unreal Engine.

Faculty can sign up to get Unreal Engine training from Epic Games’ Tom Shannon in the esports arena on April 14-15. Participants will learn about everything from lighting to the fundamentals of VFX.