Faculty and staff may know about the many discounts they receive on-campus, when they show their ID.
Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.
Zipcar, Zimride, Spartan Cycles, fare-free public transportation are among the growing number of ways to get to campus.
The Dining Hall will undergo a makeover starting next fall. The campus’ project manager for the renovation, David Reeves (Design & Construction), explains that it will be a comprehensive renovation of the entire facility, with many new features. The interior will be reconfigured, and it will be “more student-centered and customer-friendly.” On the second floor, the concept of one large cafeteria will be replaced by “a lot more dining venues – perhaps 11, [presenting] a lot of choices.” Both the east and west entrances will have new stairways to the second floor. The new west side exterior will feature a large archway and also a glass canopy. Some seating is expected outside. And open-air balconies, with seating, can be enjoyed on the second floor.
The musical created by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein will be presented Sept. 29-Oct. 3 in Aycock Auditorium.
Spartan Steps is back – and it begins this Friday.
The UNCG Conflict Studies and Dispute Resolution Program is now offering a certificate in business conflict management.
Black masculinity will be the focus of the 21st annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) hosted by UNCG’s African American Studies Program Oct. 14-16.
Items this week include Building brands in the Digital Age; SECC in gear; Community-Based Research (CBR) proposal deadline for submission extended; Phased retirement program; Athletics online marketplace; Depression awareness; Raft debate; Honors Symposium; Sustainability; United States – Sino photography exchange; Science on Tap lecture; In memoriam.
Guest artist Pascal Rogé will perform a piano recital Monday, Oct. 4, at 7:30, in the Music Building’s Recital Hall.
The U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, D.C., will continue their history of presenting free public performances when they appear at UNCG in Aycock Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 pm.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a three-year Scholarly Editions and Translations Grant to Dr. Jennifer Keith (English) in support of her edition of the works of Anne Finch.
Featured this week: Dr. Bei Wu – Dr. George F. Michel – Dr. Linda Buettner – Dr. Leandra Bedini – With the Staff
Lecture, “How Large a Wave? The Outlook for the 2010 Midterm Elections,” Dr. Alan Abramowitz Wednesday, Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Auditorium Reception for Bruce Michaels as he retires as assistant vice chancellor for student affairs Thursday, Sept. 30, 4 p.m, Cone Ballroom, EUC Fall Spartans Steps begins – walking/wellness program Friday, Oct. 1 Music, […]
See UNCG games live – or on demand – at Spartan Access.
Talk, Saundra Westervelt, on ‘Life After Death Row’
Wednesday, March 5, noon, Faculty Center
Baseball vs. East Carolina
Wednesday, March 5, 4 p.m.
Faculty Center Takeover, Tracing Human Culture Through History of Beer
Thursday, March 6, 4 p.m., sponsored by FTLC / Anthropology
Friends of the Libraries event, Nikki Giovanni
Thursday, March 6, 6 p.m., Cone Ballroom, EUC
Noon at the ‘Spoon, art tour
Tuesday, March 11, Weatherspoon
Softball vs. Georgia Southern
Saturday, March 15, 1 p.m.
Baseball vs. Princeton
Monday, March 17, 6 p.m.
- UNCG Reduction-in-Force (RIF) Plan Calendar and Timeline
- David Nelson is Faculty Director of QEP
- Budget reduction discussion at today’s UNCG Faculty Senate mtg
- Faculty/staff Excellence Awards April 4
- Steve Haines comes back for a second lease on his musical life
- UNCG Planetarium Spring 2014 shows
- OLSL Spring Break trips
- Ben Ramsey will be senior fellow at FTLC
- 2013 UNCG Summer Camps
- What's for Lunch? UNCG Dining Services' New Options
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