The College of Arts & Sciences

Keeping it safe: privacy-protecting data sharing for AI

Andi Smith speaker headshot.

Join the UNCG Department of Computer Science for this presentation in their colloquium series! Sharing individually contributed data is a cornerstone of modern artificial intelligence.For example, large language models (LLMs) were trained on hundreds of billion tokens scraped from the internet. However, the data generated by individual users contain sensitive … Continued

Computer Science Colloquium By Dr. Jiangwen Sun

Dr. Sun headshot.

Join the Computer Science Department for this presentation in their colloquium series! Dr. Jiangwen Sun will present, “Impact of different loss functions in training DNN for understanding regulatory roles of DNA sequence in DNA methylation.” Functonal genomic events, such as DNA methylation, regulate gene expression by moderating chromatin state, playing … Continued

World Philosophy Day

poster for world philosophy day featuring a photo of an owl

Come join faculty and students for a celebration of philosophy! Bring a photo and/or a quote from your favorite philosopher to share. Refreshments will be served. Join us in Moore Humanities & Research Administration Building (MHRA), Room 3501!

The Last Lecture featuring Dr. Denise Baker

The Last Lecture is an opportunity for retiring professors to reflect on a career in higher education and what they have learned over their years in the classroom.

Conversation with the Community

D. Noble, poet and professor of AADS will give a spoken word performance, “I Am Not Your Corpse,” a poetic reflection and intervention on state violence and racialized terror, on the tenth anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s murder. Meet us in Room 225 in the Curry Auditorium!   UNCG African American … Continued

#AWeekattheG MS Informatics & Analytics program (MSIA) RAWKs

MSIA Turning data into meaningful knowledge

Painting “The Rawk” has been a tradition at UNC Greensboro since 1973. While students and alumni paint, MSIA faculty and staff will be on site to provide program information to UNCG students interested in learning about the program. Turning data into meaningful knowledge is art, and we cannot wait to … Continued

CAS Connects Mixer on Zoom

Graduate students from any department at the University are invited to enjoy a Zoom mixer, while learning more about the CASConnects program. CASConnects aims to connect graduate students to staff and faculty across campus to expand networks and mentorship opportunities. At the mixer, graduate students will have the opportunity to meet … Continued