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Browse our news collection! We curate content from across campus, centralizing engagement and outreach news from various office, department, and community outlets in one place.

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The University Libraries and Community Engagement at UNCG


In addition to the education of our students and the research of our faculty and staff, a big part of …Read More


Students in Hayes Taylor YMCA Project with University Libraries Interview Fred and Hyla Cundiff


The University Library’s collaboration with the Hayes Taylor YMCA’s Achievers Program to digitize Greensboro’s history recently engaged the students with …Read More


Carolina Business Review – fallout from the ACA, Transportation, Economic Development


Terry Keating, Accord Financial and Bryan Toney, Associate Vice Chancellor for Economic Development and Corporate Engagement at UNCG join the …Read More


GILLIAM CHOSEN AS UNCG CHANCELLOR


Photo Courtesy of Campus Weekly   Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. was working on about 90 minutes of sleep Friday after taking a …Read More


Betsy Buford, Fred Chappell will receive UNCG’s highest honors


Betsy Buford has worked to preserve and promote North Carolina’s history and arts. Fred Chappell has spread literary wealth to …Read More


At least 1000 enjoy 1st UNCG Science Everywhere festival


Kids don’t mind a little drizzle. Kids are fascinated by (non-venomous) snakes … by making their own creations … by science experiments …Read More


UNCG, Forward Impact Launch ThinkHouseU Initiative


Starting this fall, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro will serve as a national pilot site for ThinkHouseU, an …Read More



Summit in Greensboro Explores Mental Health Care


Kevin Hines, one of just 34 survivors of the thousands of suicide leaps off the Golden Gate Bridge over the …Read More


Service to the State: University Engagement by the Numbers


In the past year, North Carolina’s public colleges and universities interacted with more than 6 million North Carolinians, reaching far beyond the …Read More