News and Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS Standards of Comfort Reminder As winter approaches we wanted to remind you of the attached UNCG Standards of Comfort Policy which was approved four years ago.  During the heating season, if the temperature in your work area is outside of the range of 69 to 71 degrees F, please call the Facilities Operations Customer Service Center […]

Posted in SOE

Dr. Ayesha Boyce and Dr. Jill Chouinard, as well as 5 UNCG graduate students, recently attended and presented at the 2015 American Evaluation Association (AEA) conference, Exemplary Evaluations in a Multicultural World, in Chicago, IL. Dr. Chouinard had three presentations. She chaired a session entitled “Decolonizing International Development Evaluation – An Exploration of Culture across […]

Posted in ERM

We are so excited to share our photographs from this year’s iDEAL Summit. This year we were honored with the presence of Laurence Copel, our 2015 Cora Paul Bomar Lecturer. Laurence Copel is the winner of the 1st Lemony Snicket Prize for Nobel Librarians Facing Adversity (ALA, 2014). We would also like to give a […]

ANNOUNCEMENTS Joanne B. Craft Adult Student Scholarship Applications are now open for the Joanne B. Craft Adult Student Scholarship. This scholarship is restricted to adult students enrolled with at least 9 credit hours, in nursing or education, who is a single parent. Please see the flyer for detailed application requirements. The application is due before […]

Posted in SOE

ANNOUNCEMENTS Joanne B. Craft Adult Student Scholarship Applications are now open for the Joanne B. Craft Adult Student Scholarship. This scholarship is restricted to adult students enrolled with at least 9 credit hours, in nursing or education, who is a single parent. Please see the flyer for detailed application requirements. The application is due before […]

Posted in SOE

The LIS Department is hosting its 7th Annual iDEAL Summit this Saturday from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, with registration and check-in starting at 12:30 pm. If you can not join us at the UNC Greensboro campus in the School of Education Building (Room 114) on Saturday, please tune-in to our livestreaming channel. We will be […]

Posted in LIS

The new edition of Scholastic’s research compilation about the role of effective school library programs in K-12 student learning is available for download. A quick contact form is required to get a link to the .pdf document. Here is the link to request the document: http://www.scholastic.com/SLW2016/ And read more about School Libraries Work here: http://blogs.slj.com/neverendingsearch/2015/11/08/school-libraries-work-2016/ As former ALA […]

Posted in LIS

This year’s iDEAL Summit will feature Laurence Copel, winner of the 1st Lemony Snicket Prize for Librarians Facing Diversity.  For more information about Laurence Copel, you can visit her website or follow her on Facebook.  Several area librarians will also show how they promote outreach in North Carolina. To join us, please register here.   […]

Posted in LIS

ANNOUNCEMENTS   CED 688: Summer 1 2016 Open to All Master’s level students at UNCG   Alumni Awards Update: Now Anyone May Nominate a Deserving Candidate Online This year, we are opening up Alumni Awards nominations not only to our faculty, but to students, alumni, community members, and anyone who knows an alumna or alumnus […]

Posted in SOE

Congratulations to the students who worked hard to be the recipients of this biennium’s NCLA scholarship awards! We are extremely proud of UNCG spartan Megan Northcote (second from left) who received the $1,000 Appalachian Scholarship, which is awarded to a student who plans to become a school library media specialist in North Carolina. For more info on […]

Posted in LIS