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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

Hurricane Relief Information

In response to Hurricane Florence, there are many efforts being organized for volunteering and donating. The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning is keeping a running list of ways to volunteer and donate. Please consult their page to learn of current information.   Photo: Reposted from olsl.uncg.edu

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

Announcing 2018 ICEE Faculty Fellows


Congratulations to the four faculty members who have been selected as the 2018 ICEE Faculty Fellows! Each will facilitate a learning community beginning Spring 2018, in an effort to bring faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community members together around community-engaged topics. Keep a look out in the spring for more … Continued

Funding Support for the Gulf South Summit

Gulf South Summit Logo

The Gulf South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education will be hosted by UNCG on March 22-24, 2017. The Office of Research and Economic Development and the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement encourage community partners in community-engaged scholarship teams with UNCG faculty and staff to consider co-presenting their shared work. To this end, ORED and … 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

UNCG Students Help Donate 3,000 Pounds of Food

UNCG students are helping to feed the hungry across the Triad while also cutting their own waste. “I know sometimes I put too much food on my plate,” said student Christan Stephaney ”I’ll be like, I’m not going to eat all this. I might want to downsize my food.” It’s … Continued