• Photo of Dr. Metzger at the Dean's Suite

    UNCG Nursing’s first dean remembered

    The founding dean for UNCG’s School of Nursing was Dr. Eloise R. Lewis (1966-85), a nationally lauded figure in nursing. She received the prestigious O. Max Gardner Award, served as president of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, and was the first editor of the Journal of Professional Nursing. … Continued

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  • Susan and Perry Safran

    New merit scholarship

    Susan and Perry Safran have made a $1 million gift to UNC Greensboro. The gift will support the Safran Family Endowed Scholarship. The merit scholarship, part of UNCG’s Minerva Scholars program, will be presented to students from any field of study. Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. said, “I can’t say … Continued

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  • Paying It Forward: The Generosity of Lynn and Faye Eury ’56

    College can be an exciting but stressful time, particularly for first-generation students. Many have limited financial resources, which often requires them to take out hefty student loans or work multiple jobs to afford their degree. UNCG students persevere, but the uncertainty about making it to graduation looms. Former Carolina Power … Continued

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  • Class of 2003 graduates Leatrice and Jason Caldwell

    Creating community through “Ubuntu”

    Class of 2003 graduates Leatrice and Jason Caldwell met as freshmen in UNCG’s Grogan Hall and have been together for 20 years. While students, it was the family-oriented environment they found throughout campus and as members of the Neo-Black Society that helped them develop life-long friendships. “UNCG helped shape our … Continued

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  • Ward Robinson

    New at UNCG: Robinson Family Fund in Jazz Studies

    When Ward Robinson, MD, retired, he turned to a different challenge: music.  As an infectious disease expert, Robinson served for two decades at Moses Cone Health System and five years as medical director for the Guilford County Department of Public Health. “I was trying to find ways for each individual … Continued

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  • Champions rise to the campaign challenge

    George Hoyle ’90 believes that one should leave the world better than you found it. Thanks to his memorable time at UNCG as a student and member of the 1987 Men’s Soccer National Championship team, Hoyle is doing exactly that by making an impact on the lives of Spartan student-athletes … Continued

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