Headshot of Professor Emeritus George Kiorpes

Professor Emeritus George Kiorpes passed away on April 27th. Dr. Kiorpes was Professor of Piano for forty-five years at UNCG from 1965 to 2010. Prior to UNCG, Dr. Kiorpes taught at Greensboro College from 1955 to 1965. Highlights from his UNCG career included serving as head of the keyboard area for twenty years and receiving […]

Picture of Kyrese Washington BM Performance: Woodwinds

Kyrese Washington has played a number of instruments but has always come back to the flute: “From the minute I picked up a flute in sixth grade band class, it just seemed easy for me to make music with it.” Throughout middle and high school in their hometown of Raleigh, Washington played through the woodwind […]

photo of Miles David Jazz Studies Ensemble I at Jazz Championship in New York

Students and Faculty from UNC Greensboro’s Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program are bringing home some top prizes from the Jack Rudin Jazz Championship in New York, where they competed as one of “ten of the most well-regarded university jazz programs in the country,” at the invitation of jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. The two-day event took […]

From UNCG ITS: On Friday, May 20, 2022, Information Technology Services (ITS) will delete courses in Canvas from the Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters of the following years:  2014 2015 2016 May 20 will be the first occurrence of ITS’ annual course deletions. Every year thereafter, courses older than five years will be deleted after […]

Headshot of Daniel Castro Pantoja, Assistant Professor of Musicology

College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Daniel Castro Pantoja as Assistant Professor of Musicology in CVPA’s School of Music. Castro Pantoja is currently a Research Associate at the Center for Iberian and Latin American Music at the University of California, Riverside. A native of Colombia, […]

A project promoting sustainability in the arts is sprouting on campus—literally and figuratively—thanks to the passion and initiative of two CVPA faculty members. Leah Sobsey (Assistant Professor of Photography) and Tara Webb (Lecturer in Costume Technology) are creating a pollinator garden, which will soon be planted on a plot of land near UNCG’s outdoor basketball […]

Adapt 2022 Poster

The Adapt Conference has always been about getting ready for what’s next. In the past, the Adapt conference has helped instructors prepare for online and technology-mediated content delivery. This year, Adapt 2022 will focus on our changing educational landscape and address all delivery formats (face-to-face, hybrid, hyflex, and online). Our classrooms are evolving with different […]