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UNCG Honors Juneteenth with Reflection Through the Arts

UNCG’s “Echoes of Freedom: Celebrating Juneteenth Through the Arts” assembles an inspiring showcase of African American poets, musicians and dancers in the courtyard of the Weatherspoon Art Museum on June 19 from 11:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

Class of 2024: Tiffany Tan Shapes Her PhD Journey From UNCG

UNCG student Tiffany Tan holds a vase

Tiffany Tan is graduating from UNC Greensboro in May 2024 with two degrees and she will soon get started on her doctoral studies as well. The Chapel Hill native is on the fast-track to academic success, thanks to her hard work and the opportunities she received at UNCG.

JoAnne Smart and Bettye Tillman: First In Integration

JoAnne Smart and Bettye Tillman

This Women’s History Month, UNCG is honoring the women who were first, including first in integration: JoAnne Smart ’60 and Bettye Ann Davis Tillman ’60, the first Black students to attend what is now UNCG. The two trailblazers have left a legacy for other Black female students to find their way at UNCG.