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Greensboro mayoral debate to be held at UNCG

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On Sunday, April 3, 2022, a debate will be held among the City of Greensboro’s candidates for mayor. The event will be held at 4 p.m. in UNC Greensboro’s School of Education, Room 120. Participating in the debate are each of the candidates who filed for mayor by the March … Continued


Exhibit showcases 20 years of work by Stoel Burrowes

furniture display

On February 24, the Department of Interior Architecture hosted a special exhibit of work by Stoel Burrowes, a fine woodworker, artist, and longtime UNC Greensboro lecturer. The exhibit sampled 20 years worth of work near UNCG, including handcrafted furniture, woodwork, and artwork depicting the space between life and death. Burrowes … Continued


Douglass Day Transcribe-A-Thon preserves Black history

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Every year on Valentine’s Day, volunteers from around the country work collectively to transcribe thousands of archival records documenting Black history. It’s a day known as Douglass Day, and it falls on February 14 to honor the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglass, the noted African American abolitionist and social reformer. … Continued


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


UNCG Psychology Clinic to host DREAM Camp

UNC Greensboro’s Psychology Clinic will host a day camp for children and adolescents with social skill and friendship challenges, including but not limited to those with high functioning autism. DREAM Camp aims to enhance campers’ social and friendship skills while providing developmentally appropriate life skills training. Campers also participate in … Continued


Students perform for Asian Mid-Autumn Festival

Screen shot of performance at Mid Autumn Festival

This year, UNC Greensboro’s annual celebration of the Asian Mid-Autumn Festival went virtual. In a video posted to YouTube, UNCG artists and students from the Chinese Studies Program demonstrated a range of East Asian music, dance, language, and calligraphy skills. “We wanted students to feel the festive atmosphere from the … Continued


DUCK Lab, Downtown Parks offer crafts for kids

Researchers at DUCK Lab creating crafts

Each Friday this fall, the DUCK lab from UNC Greensboro’s psychology department will guide at-home craft projects for children aged 3 to 12 for their “Crafts & Conversation” video series. A new video can be found each Friday on the DUCK Lab’s Facebook page, the Greensboro Downtown Parks Facebook page … Continued