Community & Friends


The Greensboro Public Library Hosts: “We’re Listening”

  Join the Greensboro Public Library during one of their “We’re Listening” sessions as they discuss the community and identify opportunities …Read More

UNCG Libraries Fall 2015 Book Discussions Set

The Friends of the UNCG Libraries book discussions for the Fall semester have been scheduled. Selections include the UNCG First …Read More

Award Winning Poet and Children’s Book Author Kwame Alexander Coming to UNCG and Bookmarks in September

Kwame Alexander is a poet and author of eighteen books, includingThe Crossover, which received the 2015 John Newbery Medal for the …Read More

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

“Bones” Creator at UNCG April 8

Kathy Reichs — best-selling crime writer and inspiration for the Fox TV series “Bones” — will be the guest speaker …Read More

WWI and WWII backdrop of FOL Book Discussions for Spring 2015

World War I and World War II figure prominently in the provocative Friends of the UNCG Libraries book discussions scheduled …Read More

Author Charlie Lovett to Visit UNCG on Thursday, February 5

Author, Charlie Lovett Bibliophile and best-selling author Charlie Lovett will visit and talk about his books in the Hodges Reading …Read More

Spring 2015 Events Calendar

All of the following events are hosted by the UNCG Libraries and are free and open to the public unless …Read More

The AcadeMAKE Conference: Makerspaces on Campuses

 AcadeMAKE is a one-day FREE conference being held February 20, 2015,  focusing on making and makerspaces within an academic campus …Read More