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IARc Students Venture to Wild Dunes

Sixteen UNCG interior architecture students travel to Charleston for an opportunity to develop restaurant redesign plans for Wild Dunes Resort.

Dabney and Walker Sanders celebrated as ‘game-changers’

The two community leaders have promoted charitable funding, literacy events, and much more in the Greater Greensboro area. UNCG’s Board of Trustees selected them to receive the 2023 Holderness/Weaver Award for their dedicated service.

Animation club sparks creativity and community

UNC Greensboro’s new BFA in Animation is allowing students to pursue new creative avenues, but even if you’re not studying animation, the new animation club allows you to find your place at UNCG.

Alumna studies a critical window of time in childhood

Nicole Perry explores the connection between children’s emotions and their adult caregivers. She delves into the research into a defining point in a child’s development, and how UNCG helps satisfy her curiosity.

Research Clues about Covid In Chemistry and Toenails

The baffling discrepancies in severity of COVID-19 infections just caught a break thanks to two UNCG researcher-led studies published this winter. Though separate in scope and methods, each came to a conclusion that supports the other’s work: the level of dietary selenium intake is directly related to immune response to COVID.

Alum Returns to Fight Guilford’s Opioid crisis

Amanda Clark’s undergrad education at UNCG was fueled by a curiosity for how she may have avoided a dark path. This curiosity still influences her decisions today as she returns to Greensboro to battle the opioid crisis in Guilford County.

Last UCLS performance of the season

Seraph Brass will hold a concert for students, faculty, staff, and the community on Friday, March 24 at Tew Recital Hall. This is the last chance to hear an artist group in the 2022-23 UNC Greensboro Concert and Lecture Series. Tickets are available now.