Join us for a reading day study break! Stop by MHRA 3501 to make yourself a cup of hot cocoa and talk with other students!
The Archaeological Institute of America and the UNCG Department of Classical Studies invite everyone to a lecture by Professor De Giorgi of Florida State University. The lecture is preceded by a reception starting at 5:30 PM. Free and open to the public.
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
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
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!
As part of the “Great Conversation” series, Dr. Elliot Goodine, a UNCG philosophy lecturer, will present ethical considerations for and against the colonization of other planets. After that, he will open the floor for discussion. Free and open to the public.
This is an interactive dance and art installation presented by Davida Reid, MFA in Dance! This event is hosted by UNCG’s African American & African Diaspora Studies (AADS) and School of Dance. Join us in the Curry Building Auditorium (Rm. 225)! Free and open to the public.
Care and Custody is a traveling exhibition that explores the history of mental health in the United States. It examines the connections between asylums and incarceration and the ways people worked to create a more inclusive society. Dr. Anne Parsons of the UNCG Department of History curated the exhibit, which … Continued
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.
The MFA Writing Program at UNC Greensboro and The Greensboro Review will host a poetry & fiction reading by Dilruba Ahmed and Thomas Calder on Friday, October 27th at 6:00 PM at at Scuppernong Books, 304 S. Elm Street. The event is free and open to the public and … Continued