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Classical Studies Graduate Sets A Shining Example For Daughter

Rylee Stephens with Tiffany Stephens, wearing graduation cords

Tiffany Stephens ’24 is a U.S. Army veteran who lost her husband in 2012 while he was on a mission in Afghanistan and was left to raise their young daughter without him. Now, with her G.I. bill, Stephens has just completed her degree in classical studies – setting a shining example for their daughter, Rylee, now a teenager.


The Blues of Achilles

Joe Goodkin portrait with guitar with illustration of Achilles overlayed

The Blues of Achilles is a set of original songs composed by Joe Goodkin for guitar and vocals that tell the story of the Iliad through the eyes of the characters: Achilles, Patroklus, Briseis, Helen, Priam, and more. The performance evokes the original oral tradition of epic bards that stretches … Continued


Ancient Roman Concrete: Let’s Build an Empire

Roman coliseum

Join Dr. Lynne Lancaster (Ohio University) for a lecture on how Roman concrete and engineering know-how built a Mediterranean empire. Hosted by the Department of Classical Studies and AIA Triad Society. Free and open to the public.


Class of 2023: Dana Broadus, Writer, Explorer and Scholar

Dana Broadus

Growing up in the small town of Clayton, North Carolina, Dana Broadus was already dreaming of exploring faraway places and writing the stories of the characters she met there. But she had no idea how her world would expand once she became a Spartan.

By the time Broadus was considering college, she had already published a book.


In Photos: Archaeology Day at the Greensboro History Museum

Students and professors lead archaeology activities

On Saturday, October 16, the UNC Greensboro Archaeology Program and Anthropology Department hosted “Archaeology Day” at the Greensboro History Museum.  UNCG professors and students led fun activities for all ages, including crafts, dig demonstrations, and poster displays of research projects. October is Archaeology Month in North Carolina, a time to … Continued


Books published by College of Arts & Sciences faculty

Over the past year, faculty in UNC Greensboro’s College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) have published more than 25 books! From poetry to history – textbooks to social commentaries – this range of books represents the breadth and depth of scholarly activity across UNCG’s largest and most diverse academic unit. … Continued


Faculty use humor, creativity to connect with students online

Dr. Mitch Croatt hawaiian shirt compilation

A professor wears a different Hawaiian shirt for each organic chemistry lecture he uploads online. Another professor dances flamenco for her Spanish students. A psychology instructor uses her own four-legged friend to demonstrate “Pavlov’s dog” theory of classical conditioning. Within one week, UNC Greensboro transitioned 98 percent of its classes … Continued