UNCG Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.

See/Hear: February 2, 2011

The University Libraries’ Undergraduate Research Award recognizes student work that has demonstrated excellent use of library and information resources. University Libraries are soliciting submissions from work completed in Spring, Summer or Fall 2010. Submissions for projects from last spring, summer or fall are being accepted. It includes a $500 award.

Deadline for submission is March 1. More information is at http://library.uncg.edu/info/undergraduate_research_award.aspx.

Listen to an interview with Mary Robinson, winner of the first University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award, in 2010, and her professor Dr. Christine Woodward (Theatre). http://iminervapodcast.blogspot.com/

While you are there at the Libaries’ site, check out other video and audio, such as a clip from the most recent Game Night there.

See/Hear: January 19, 2011

The Welfare Reform Liason Project, created by Dr. Bob Wineburg and Odell Cleveland, is helping a lot of people in our community. Among those receiving training are individuals learning techniques in video making. These particular students have created several videos about the project.

They can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/wrlp

The most recently completed video is at http://vimeo.com/18735776.

See/hear: December 1, 2010

The day was bright and spirits were high as Spartans came back to campus to celebrate Homecoming in September. Take a look back at the festivities, starting with a video of the Founders Day events that kicked off the weeklong Homecoming celebration.

Also enjoy a video of Homecoming activities, including music, Spartan Village and soccer.

Plus there’s a great slideshow that captures the spirit of Homecoming 2010.

There’s even a gallery of more photos.

These are among some of the “web extras” offered with the Fall 2010 UNCG Magazine, featuring a cover story on the UNCG Guarantee and its student scholars.


See/hear: November 17, 2010

The men’s soccer team won the SoCon tournament last weekend. See the post-game interviews of two leading players and interim coach Justin Maullin, as well as a photo gallery of the championship game. They advance to the first round of the NCAA Tournament, where they will take on Georgetown Nov. 18.

The Sports Information department caught Coach Dement and two players immediately after the home opener versus Florida State. The next home game is this Sunday, as they host the ACC’s Virginia Tech.

Check out the Spartan Athletics news page regularly for updates on games – and the stories behind the scenes.

And see past video clips at the Athletics YouTube page.

Sports Information Director is Mike Hirschman. Assistant SID’s are Phil Perry and David Percival. Former News and Record sports reporter Rob Daniels is a staff writer.

See/Hear: November 10, 2010

The N.C. Dance Festival began as a weekend-long event here at UNCG designed to highlight the talents of out-of-town dancers. In the two decades since, the festival, which was founded by Dr. Jan Van Dyke (Department of Dance), has evolved into an important performance outlet for the state’s dancers to share their work with the state’s citizens.

The two performances in Greensboro were last weekend. Future performances will be held in Boone, Raleigh and Wilmington. This year’s season features work by Cara Hagan, Gaspard Louis, Karola Luttringhaus, E.E. Balcos, Jan Van Dyke, Autumn Mist Belk, Ashley Martin and Lauren Kearns.

Enjoy a brief promotional clip followed by the 20th anniversary video.

See/Hear: October 13, 2010

Each week, the university’s inspirechange site features a wonderful photograph from campus. [Read more…]

See/Hear: October 6, 2010

Newly promoted and/or tenured faculty were feted in Cone Ballroom in late September. [Read more…]

See/Hear: September 29, 2010

See UNCG games live – or on demand – at Spartan Access. It’s offered free this year.

Couldn’t get to the men’s soccer vs. No. 19 Wake Forest Homecoming Game last Saturday? Or the volleyball game earlier in the day? They were both covered live on Spartan Access.

They can still be viewed, on demand. They are among many UNCG games that can enjoyed at no charge this year, online.

This weekend, three soccer games can be enjoyed via your computer.

Visit Spartan Access here.

See/Hear: September 22, 2010

Country singer-songwriter Karla Davis performs Saturday at 1:45 in front of the EUC. [Read more…]

See/hear: September 8, 2010

Thirty-five students have been awarded the UNCG Guarantee and 10 will be a part of the Lloyd International Honors College.

The inaugural class of UNCG Guarantee students gathered for Team QUESt at Piney Lake recently.

See the “Through the Lens” photo that captures the fun.

And see additional “Through the Lens” photographs from the past weeks, from around the campus.

See/Hear: August 4, 2010

When he was a member of the Martha Graham Dance Company, Duane Cyrus (Dance) would watch spellbound from the wings as his fellow dancers performed “Steps in the Street. ” Over the past academic year, the assistant professor of dance shared that 1936 composition with a new generation of dancers. [Read more…]

See/Hear: July 21, 2010

Karla Davis ’08 was a UNCG soccer standout. Months ago, she won a national singing competition. Today, she is recording an album. [Read more…]

See/Hear: June 23, 2010

In the spring, NC LIVE began offering a new collection of downloadable audio books via Ingram Digital’s MyiLibrary Audio Book Platform. The initial collection contained 750 titles, focusing primarily on language learning, history, biography, and classic literature. The eAudio content is downloadable to either an iPod or MP3 player, and playable on a PC or Mac computer.

In May, NC LIVE added the second installment of downloadable audio books to its new collection, [Read more…]

See/Hear – May 26, 2010

Commencement was depicted in a slideshow by the News & Record. Photography is by Nelson Kepley. [Read more…]

See/Hear – May 12, 2010

Each week, the university’s inspirechange site features a wonderful photograph from campus. [Read more…]

See/Hear – May 5, 2010

Want a new wallpaper for your computer screen? UNCG Magazine offers a number of options. [Read more…]

See/Hear – March 31, 2010

UNCG and the Chilean Ministry of Education had been interested in offering some of their students something more. The Chilean ministry wanted its English teachers to be able to study the language, to absorb the culture and bring it back to their school children. UNCG wanted the same.

“We need a new model for teaching Spanish in schools,” said Steve Flynn, coordinator for the Chilean exchange program. “The only way that will happen is if students spend time in Spanish-speaking countries and learn the language and culture. That’s what’s going to enthuse future generations.”

This year — after years of planning and tweaking and refining — a true exchange was born. [Read more…]

See/Hear – March 24, 2010

Jenny Braswell, who graduated from UNCG last year, is a teacher of 3- and 4-year-olds in a dance studio in the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center. The class is one of dozens offered through The North Carolina Dance Project, a nonprofit founded by Jan Van Dyke, head of UNCG’s Department of Dance. Two years ago, the non-profit took over the City Arts dance program when city leaders decided they could no longer pay for it. [Read more…]

See/Hear – March 17, 2010

At the clock at high noon? That seems like the perfect place for friends to meet.

See a great noontime photo and lots of others from around campus. [Read more…]

See/Hear – February 24, 2010

You don’t need a Facebook account to enjoy some “places and faces of UNCG.” It’s a great collection of photos from around the university. [Read more…]

See/Hear – February 17, 2010

Chris Fay, grounds manager, reports that his department has helped the campus deal with snowy weather four times so far this winter. The Minerva statue has been covered with a skim of snow each time. See a beautiful snowy scene from campus. [Read more…]


Seven classes came and went in the course of a day, at UNCG’s main dance studio. Department head Jan Van Dyke’s 2006 film captured it all. [Read more…]