Homecoming Royal Court is an honored tradition of UNC Greensboro’s Homecoming celebration to showcase and recognize a few of the many outstanding students at UNCG.
The Royal Court is comprised of eight (8) students who shall represent the University and student body at various campus and community events. Candidates compete annually for this honor, which recognizes two UNCG students for their participation in campus life and their promotion of school spirit.
You can apply by going to bit.ly/royalcourt2018. Applications close at 11:59pm on Wednesday, September 19th. For questions contact email@example.com
Bilal's Songs: Mixing and Re-Mixing the African Diaspora and Islamic World – A conversation with Rhiannon Giddens, Dr. Omar Ali, and Francesco TurrisiAdmission is FREE and the public is welcome to attend. We'll be exploring the intersection of the global African Diaspora and Islam musically and otherwise. In particular we’ll be looking at the ways in which music has transmitted and transformed the cultures and sensibilities of Africans and people of African descent, among others, in Muslim influenced lands and societies. We'll begin our journey in Arabia with Bilal Ibn Rabah, the first muezzin (person who calls Muslims to prayer), and journey across East Africa, the Maghreb, into the Mediterranean, and Iberia, before moving to the shores of the Americas.
"All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle." -- St. Francis of AssisiIn recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, light a candle to show your support for suicide prevention, to remember a loved one, and for the survivors of suicide.
The Career Fair is this week - is your resume job worthy? If you're feeling the last minute crunch, drop-in for a 15-minute resume review. Don't forget your student ID!
Join the Kaleidoscope Program for a CommUNITY Dialogue centered on interactions the United States after 9/11.For more information or disability accommodations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.334.5090
Recognizing the lack of emphasis placed on mental health and emotional awareness, Phillip Roundtree is speaking out. Driven by his professional and personal experiences, he champions mental health as an advocate for marginalized and underrepresented communities.
This presentation addresses the overly-stigmatized topic of mental health within the black community. Phillip will discuss key ideas relating to historical / current perceptions within the community, societal factors that impact minority wellness, and barriers impacting the utilization of services. He will also offer perspectives as a black man living in today’s society with a mental health diagnosis, while successfully navigating familial, career, and social responsibilities.
The FOUNDATIONS of Leadership Series is a series of workshops focused on the 8 competencies of UNCG Leadership. The Relationship & Group Development Workshop will be an interactive, hour-long workshop facilitated by Peer Leadership Educators and will focus on: Understanding group dynamics; The ability to motivate a group with multiple talents and perspectives to work together for a larger cause; Assigning challenges, providing developmental feedback, fostering collaboration, mentoring and coaching, and allowing for mistakes; Managing conflicts -- becoming capable of responsible confrontation and feedback and more!
Stop by for a quick and easy mental health check-up and speak with a campus counselor!
Join us as we partner with Greensboro Beautiful to get litter out of our waterways, off our streets, and out of our neighborhoods! UNCG is signed-up for two clean-up sites in the Greensboro community during The Big Sweep. Transportation is provided, as well as pizza for lunch! Details will be sent via email to registered volunteers, space is limited. Registration is required to participate. Register now! For disability accommodations or questions email Kristina Gage at email@example.com.
Trip Description: Join Outdoor Adventures and the Wellness program in learning about how to maintain your ownphysical, emotional, and mental health all while enjoying a day of hiking in the serene Eno River State Park. Within Eno State Park we will hike around the area and enjoy the serenity of nature.Trip Cost: Student = $25 (add $10 for non-students) Includes: transportation, equipment, instruction, and meals (lunch only on day trips)
Apply to be a SCOPE and you can… 1) Promote diversity and social justice awareness on campus 2) Develop your leadership and facilitation skills 3) Meet new people with a common interest in diversity.
Interest Meetings: Monday, September 17 at 3:00pm in EUC 062 in EUC 062 and Tuesday, October 2 at 7:30pm in EUC 062 Apply online at: intercultural.uncg.edu. Application deadline: Friday, October 5 at 11:59pm
Explore different life changes (starting/ending college, moving, changing plans, transferring, etc.) and how to stay grounded in the Transitions Workshop. Go to shs.uncg.edu and enter the Patient Portal to register.
Have you seen the INCREDIBLE'S TWO? If not come out to the EUC Auditorium to see the show of the semester. On September 17th at 7pm, students will have the chance to see the Incredible's Two, win UNCG merchandise and tickets to Martin Lawerence's (LIT AF Tour). There also will be a chance to meet UNCG's Men's Basketball Team and cheerleaders! This will be a night that you don't want to miss!
09/18/18 All Day