School of Dance students Liz Anderson and Tiffany Moss Hale bring together artists to learn from one another, whether their art form is in movement or on paper, with a program they created at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.
UNC Greensboro has once again received the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. The elective designation from the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Carnegie Foundation indicates institutional commitment to community engagement and is currently held by 368 campuses.
Each year, UNCG undergraduates travel across the country to present the results of their research or scholarship – an activity that can hone professional and personal strengths. UNCG’s Dr. Lee Phillips provides tips for students looking to participate in conferences.
Faculty are eager to keep learning from their peers in the United States and around the world. During the Fall 2023 semester, some of them brought experts in their fields to UNCG to share research and help students network.
The CYFCP’s NC Enhanced Mobile Crisis Unit works closely with North Carolina families in the aftermath of a crisis involving a young person. Their team of clinicians and community members bring empathy and expertise to their conversations with families.
Classical Studies Major Ethan Divon is focused on how myths from around the world are reimagined in popular games.
UNCG’s Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships has improved lives across North Carolina for 28 years. Interventions make a deep impact thanks to a commitment to evidence-based research, strong partnerships, and guidance from community members with lived experiences with the issues CYFCP programs tackle.
UNCG’s dedication to eSports education is not only for students. From English to psychology to religious studies, faculty can get in on the fun and games and advance their research with help from the Network for the Cultural Study of Videogaming.
UNC Greensboro is showcased in an Association of Public and Land-grant Universities report on accelerating publicly engaged research to help tackle vexing challenges facing communities across the globe.
UNC Greensbioro’s Mathieu Despard brings his background as a social worker to financial wellness research. Two of his recent studies found high financial insecurity among frontline health care workers and gig workers during the pandemic.