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Gulf-South Summit 2019

Leaders in higher education acknowledge that colleges and universities should not only provide quality educational programs but should teach students to be engaged citizens. Today this mandate is more important than ever. In a national context characterized by polarization, incivility, heightened racial tensions, an embattled press, an opioid crisis, harsh … Continued

2018 Civic Innovation Competition

The 2018 Civic Innovation Competition is open to all full-time UNCG & NCAT Students interested in developing innovative solutions for local government problems. Outlined on the competition website are 7 Problem Statements currently challenging Guilford County Government. Your task is to develop an innovative solution for one or more of … Continued

Community-Engaged Graduate Course and Network

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Are you a UNCG graduate student interested in learning more about community-engaged approaches to scholarship and practice? These two opportunities are available to you! Dr. Edna Tan, Teacher Education and Higher Education, is teaching a Fall 2017 course- TED 770-01: Community Engaged Scholarship and Practice. The course will draw from … Continued

ICEE Student Research Fellows Program


The Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) is now accepting student applications to join the Institute in Spring 2017 as a student research fellow. Students may earn independent study credit with Dr. Emily Janke, director of ICEE and associate professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies Department. Fellows will … Continued

Dancers Connect Application Deadline

Dancers Connect is a free community dance program for children ages 7-18 who love to dance. It gives Triad area students a chance to join a dance community hosted by UNCG. Students will take dance classes focusing on creativity, self expression, technique, improvisation, choreography, and performance. This is a chance … Continued

Partnership with Guilford County and Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools Receives Funding

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Dr. Karen Wixson (School of Education) received a continuation of funding for more than $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education for the project “Transforming Teaching through Technology (TTtT).” Transforming Teaching through Technology, a Teacher Quality Partnership project of UNCG in partnership with Guilford County Schools and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County … Continued

Education Maker Faire Friday 11:15 a.m.

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You are invited to attend UNCG’s Learning Factory Summer Camp Maker Faire on July 24. The UNCG School of Education’s TQP grant, Transforming Teaching Through Technology, in partnership with Guilford County Schools and Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools, is sponsoring The Learning Factory Summer Camp for select students from those … Continued