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Tell us about yourself? I’m a photographic artist, organic gardener and habitat steward at Drewids Sanctuary, tree-hugging environmentalist, intersectional feminist, conflicted pacifist, off-the-beaten- path wanderer, and hopeless dreamer. Or, I am an artist who uses photography, design and mixed media as a way to explore and confront personal and global concerns. Was there a moment […]

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From the UTLC: The UTLC and ITS Learning Technology are collaborating to create a Canvas template that can be used for instructors teaching at UNCG beginning Fall 2023. The template is being designed to help create a consistent look and feel for students, enhance the navigational experience, and support student learning. We are currently seeking […]

From UNCG ITS: “As a result of sweeping state-wide budget reductions, UNC System mandates, and the findings of the IT Controls Audit conducted by the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor, UNCG Information Technology Services was forced to evaluate IT services and consolidate many of its duplicate technologies, applications, platforms, and services. These changes, […]

UNCG Libraries’ Research and Application webinars are scheduled for the Fall 2022 semester. Sessions for Fall 2022 “Intro to Twine” by Maggie Murphy, Tuesday October 25th at 1pm “Streaming Video: What Platforms Do the University Libraries Offer?” by Christine Fischer and Anne Owens, Tuesday, November 15 at 11am “Research Data Management Planning” by Lindsay Gypin and Lea […]

Headshot of Shayla Taylor '20 BFA Dance

When Urban Bush Women comes to campus this week, School of Dance Alumna Shayla Taylor (‘20 BFA Dance: Choreography and Performance) will be with them. Taylor is an apprentice with the company known for weaving contemporary dance, music, and text with the history, culture, and spiritual traditions of the African Diaspora. The performance on Friday, […]

Photo of Kevin Lawson, MFA Theatre: Musical Theatre Directing student on the stage of Taylor Theatre where he will music direct the School of Theatre’s production of Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party opening November 11th. Photo credit: Mike Micchiche.

Kevin Lawson jokes that it took him twenty years to go zero-point-four miles—that’s the distance from the Music Building to Taylor Theatre—from a freshman piano performance major to the School of Theatre’s first MFA student with a concentration in Musical Theatre Directing—with a lot of stops along the way. Lawson first enrolled at UNCG in […]

Photo of Bob Hansen, former Associate Dean, College of Arts and Science and Theatre History Professor.

Bob Hansen gave 34 years of service to UNC Greensboro. Now in retirement, he continues to give through creating the Robert C. Hansen Scholarship Endowment in Theatre Education: “My time at UNCG was a very satisfying experience. I feel well-rewarded. It’s a delight to see the accomplishments of students and alumni. Not just their work […]

Tell us about yourself? My name is Mark Boone, I’m 20 years old and I’m a character concept artist and animator. My favorite movie is El Dorado and my favorite color is gold (gee, I wonder if that’s a coincidence…!) Was there a moment or time in your life when you realized you wanted to […]