Presented by the UNCG Humanities Network and Consortium Come and join HNAC’s Fairy Tale Read-A-Thon with 9 hours of continuous storytelling. This event is hosted in conjunction with the Weatherspoon Art Museum Exhibition Dread and Delight: Fairy Tales in an Anxious World. Date: November 2, 2018 Times & Place: 12-4:30 pm, Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG […]
In the summer, CDLC members were involved with the Young Writers’ Camp at the UNCG School of Education. The project “Community Voices” gave teen and adult immigrants and refugees the opportunity to write their stories. Participants worked with UNCG School of Education faculty and graduate students and created digital stories about their lives and experiences […]
CDLC’s first annual conference took place at The UNCG School of Education on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Thank you for everyone who joined us! Photos of the conference are now available via our Flickr-Account here.
Join us on September 23, 2017 from 9am – 5pm for the Diversity in Language & Culture Conference. For more information, access the flyer below!
Please view the flyer below for a Professional Development Opportunity through SERVE, Inc. Click here to download the flyer for additional information on how to register. PROGRAM CONTACT Name: Ye (Jane) He Phone number: 336-334-3437 Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOE Graduate Student Publishing Workshops Working Papers in Education is an annual, peer-reviewed, online journal managed by graduate students of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s School of Education. It is committed to providing a venue for UNCG School of Education graduate students to share their research and contribute to academic dialogue. The journal publishes full […]
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department at UNCG presents Immigrants and Refugees in Greensboro: Current Challenges A Panel Discussion The event will take place on Wednesday, September 28 from 4:00 – 5:30 pm in Graham 212. The panelists are some of the most prominent advocates and organizers for immigrant and refugee populations in our area. […]
‘Food for Thought’ is an event that offers free food and discourse! On several dates in the following months, ‘Food for Thought’ presenters will be in the North Spencer Parlor at noon. During ‘Food for Thought,’ North Spencer is open to all visitors who’d like to join in the conversation and partake in free food. The College Ave […]
Carolina TESOL is a nonprofit organization consisting of educators and advocates from North and South Carolina whose purpose is to improve the quality of education for English language learners and to promote effective intercultural communication and understanding. This year’s conference will be held November 9 – 11, 2016 at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, NC. The theme […]
Fulbright Alumni Ambassador Workshop Are you interested in teaching or conducting research abroad? Learn more about the Fulbright Scholar Program in a workshop with Dr. Spencer Salas, Fulbright Scholar to Romania, Guatemala, and South Africa. In this workshop, Fulbright Ambassador Dr. Spencer Salas, Associate Professor at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, will share his experiences as a Fulbright […]