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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.


Class of 2024: Daniel Araya Dives Into Biology Research

Daniel Araya in cap and gown on UNCG campus

This Friday, May 3, Daniel Araya will join the Class of 2024 in UNC Greensboro’s commencement ceremony. Since his second year, the biology major has conducted biotechnology research in Dr. Ayalew Osena’s lab as a prestigious National Institute of Health (NIH) MARC fellow. His research has been actively supported by the Alice Ashton Bruton Endowment Fund and the MARC program.


Class of 2024: Katherine Wyrick Pursues Her Passion for Literature

Katherine Wyrick in cap and gown and holding T.S. Eliot book

On Friday, May 3, the UNC Greensboro class of 2024 will cross the commencement stage at the Greensboro Coliseum. Among this year’s graduates is English major Katherine Wyrick, a literature enthusiast with an exciting future.

Wyrick’s passion for literature and history will take her first to Florence, Italy — then Oxford, England — and finally, to a fully-funded master’s program in English at Wake Forest University.


CLASS OF 2024: LUIS ROMAN FINDS HIS SCRIPT IN UNCG’S MEDIA STUDIES

Luis Roman in graduation gown, holding up graduation cap

A sense of community drew Luis Roman to UNC Greensboro.

“UNCG has made a big impact on me, especially how they dedicate themselves to being a community-driven University,” says Roman, who will graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in media studies. “Overall, the impact that the school has had on me with my education, friendships, and connections was more than I could ask for.”


Opportunity Meets Initiative for UNCG’s Goldwater Scholar

2024 Goldwater Scholar Marcos Tapia

UNC Greensboro is proud to announce that third-year chemistry student, Marcos Tapia, has been awarded the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship.

Tapia, a first-generation college student from Winston-Salem, was among only 438 students chosen nationwide for the Goldwater honor, which awards $7,500 a year, to cover up to two years of tuition expenses.


“And Also the Ice Age Comes and Goes”

Kerstin Radde-Antweiler

Professor Kerstin Radde-Antweiler explores climate change in relation to video games and gaming practices, analyzing discussions on environmental games and their narratives.


Indian Ocean Winds Movement Workshop

a portrait picture of the speaker, Shireen

On April 17th, the Department of African American & African Diaspora Studies will be hosting a workshop, filled with music and dance, to discuss the history of medicine in the medieval Indian Ocean world.


STUDENTS EXCEL IN UNCG’S PRE-MEDICAL PROGRAMS

Three UNCG students converse in hallway with Professor Robin Maxwell

When students set their sights on medical school, veterinary school, or another health-related professional track, they’re in for years of studies, internships, and extracurriculars to prepare them for demanding careers. It’s a lofty goal that only a committed few can obtain, but at UNC Greensboro, students following these paths are finding unique guidance and opportunities that enable success in these rigorous programs.


LLC Hands-On Culture Jam

Collage of photos depicting cultural activities

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!