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Service-Learning at UNCG: Tonight on NC Now


Dr. Cathy Hamilton, director of UNCG’s Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, appears on “NC Now” tonight at 7:30 p.m. on PBS. …Read More


Engagement Updates from the Center for Community-Engaged Design/IARc


The Center for Community-Engaged Design (CC-ED), led by faculty member Travis Hicks, has steadily gained traction and interest in the Greensboro community. This fall, …Read More


Schools, Agencies Come Together for Multidisciplinary Partnerships


From the minute she steps into the basement of First African Presbyterian Church on Monday nights, Kaitlin Bushinski is in …Read More


High Point Native Gwendolyn Jones Magee’s Quilt Exhibition Opens at High Point Museum


On Friday, December 5, High Point Museum will open its latest exhibition Pieces of the Past: The Art of Gwendolyn Magee, …Read More


2014-15 CDLC Fellows Announced


The following UNCG faculty were awarded $3,000-$4,000 research fellowships from the UNCG Coalition for Diverse Language Communities (with support from …Read More


College Students collaborating with Greensboro IRC


GREENSBORO, N.C. — College students in the Piedmont Triad are teaming up with congregational nurses to help the homeless in …Read More


Murray Speaks to Fox 8 about New Family Justice Center


Dr. Christine Murray, a professor in UNCG’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development and co-founder of the “See the Triumph” campaign to …Read More


Recipients of the 2013-14 community-based research grants announced


Seven UNCG 2013-14 community-based research grant recipients have been announced. The community-based research (CBR) initiation grants support proposals that represent …Read More


Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater helps homeless individuals share stories, poetry, art in ‘street newspaper’


All the staff are formerly homeless, aside from founder Liz Seymour. All the guests are homeless. At the IRC – …Read More