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 […]

Camille Thurman portrait

For two weeks this month, students in the School of Music’s Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program will be able to study with composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist Camille Thurman—an artist who is quickly becoming one of the standard bearers of jazz. The residency is made possible by the Robinson Family Fund, established by Ward Robinson (’19 […]

When David Ostergaard graduated in 2002, he left UNCG with two degrees, and the skills and confidence to start Bright Star Touring Theatre. “UNCG has impacted so much of my life.  I graduated with a BFA in acting and a BA in history.  So naturally I opened a theatre company that specializes in bringing history […]

young man playing violin

Denise Descouzis ’77 says all she ever wanted to do in life was make a real difference. “It’s been my observation that teachers make the most ripples, so I thought if I make a gift that helps make arts education happen.  If I can provide a plunk in the water I can help make those […]