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UNCG prepares students for AI in the workplace

The rise of AI tools has the potential to change all facets of business. UNCG is not only preparing the future programmers of AI; it’s preparing future business owners and employees to make AI an effective tool in the workforce.

Treadmill treatment

Dr. Traci Parry’s lab explores exercise as a treatment for cancer cachexia, a muscle and fat wasting disorder that occurs in patients with chronic diseases.

Street sign refurbishing impacts parts of campus

The City of Greensboro is refurbishing 30 College Hill area street signs beginning June 5. Intersections in the area may be temporarily closed during the two-month project period. See the map and read more at UNCG News.

Change in leadership for College of Arts and Sciences

Associate Dean Dayna Touron will leave at the end of June after 16 years in CAS. She joined UNCG as an assistant professor of psychology in 2007, and proved to be an impactful leader throughout her time at the University’s largest academic unit.

Take your child to camp: Music Camp

Students who come to these summer camps are under the leadership and guidance of the artist-faculty of the UNCG School of Music, long recognized as a national leader in musical excellence.

New app puts safety in your hands

The recently launched Spartan Safe app provides enhanced safety tools that can be used across campus, including a mobile BlueLight and a walking feature to let a friend or family member know your location.