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LLC Hands-On Culture Jam

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The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LLC) Department will be holding an all-day event (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) on Wednesday, April 3, with the goal of sharing and celebrating the diverse range of abilities that we have in our community at UNCG!

Believe in The G

Believe in the G 2024 UNCG Day of Giving

Believe in the G is UNCG’s biggest annual day of giving. Each year, Spartans from all over the world come together to support the students, faculty, staff, and mission of UNCG. Donors large and small unite and inspire others to make a difference here at the G. Whether you’re a longtime supporter of UNCG or a first-time donor looking to jump into the world of philanthropy, everyone has a place during Believe in the G.

Mark your calendars for April 17-18, 2024, when Believe in the G returns!

CAS End-Of-Year Celebration

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Faculty, staff, and friends of the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) are invited to the College’s annual End-of-Year Celebration! In addition to honoring this year’s retirees, we will announce recipients for the following awards: Dean’s Award for the Promotion of Diversity and InclusivenessCollege Teaching Excellence AwardsCollege Staff Excellence AwardsCollege … Continued

The Last Lecture with Biology Professor Dr. Bruce Kirchoff

Bruce Kirchoff headshot with "The Last Lecture" text

The UNCG Alumni Office’s “Last Lecture” series returns with UNCG Biology professor emeritus Dr. Bruce Kirchoff. Join us on Friday, April 5 for a career retrospective with reflections on Dr. Kirchoff’s work and research. Bruce will talk about how the groups we participate in shape our consciousness and influence how we see … Continued

African-American Discoveries in India: Who Mapped the Global Black Diaspora?

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This presentation in the Ashby Dialogues Series explores how African American thinkers uncovered the history of African-descended peoples in Asia, especially India, and conceptualized the study of Blackness and race as global phenomena. Presented by Shobana Shankar, a professor of history at Stony Brook, State University of New York.

Jennine Capó Crucet Fiction Reading

Headshot of Jennine Capo Crucet

Jennine Capó Crucet is a novelist, essayist, and screenwriter. She’s the author of three books, including the novel Make Your Home Among Strangers, which won the International Latino Book Award, was named a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice book, and was cited as a best book of the year by NBC Latino, the Guardian, the Miami Herald, and other venues