Qualified immunity, police violence and healing from trauma. Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee discusses the long-lasting effects of police violence and gun violence in an interview with NPR.
Remembering George Floyd, Diversifying Campus Communities, and COVID-19 Responses. Chancellor Gilliam joins the In the Margins podcast to reflect on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, the Black Lives Matter movement, DEI initiatives on college campuses, and higher education’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asian American Faculty within the UNC System Raise Awareness. Dr. Anthony Chow discusses the newly launched Asian and Pacific Islander Caucus with WRAL News.
UNCG professors working on online support program to give families strategies to have conversations about race, ethnicity. Fox 8 interviews Dr. Stephanie Coard and Dr. Laura Gonzalez about their “One Talk at a Time” program.
The Burden of Being ‘On Point.’ The Atlantic highlights the work of UNCG’s Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee in a recent article about Black boys and trauma.
MOAA Names Three New Board Members for the 2021-22 Year. Rob Knox, associate athletics director for strategic communications at UNCG, was recently named to the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association Board of Directors.
Piedmont Triad professor reflects on lessons learned from National Women’s Month. Dr. Cerise L. Glenn shares reflections of the importance of Black women’s experiences in recognition of Women’s History Month
Race on Campus: How One Campus Nearly Doubled Its Black Faculty. The Chronicle of Higher Education explores how UNC Greensboro has made a concerted effort to diversify its faculty.
‘Diversity is our super power’: A campus leader’s amazing words on equity. In a Q&A with University Business, Dr. Andrea Hunter discusses the transformational work happening on campus, the national social justice movements, and the changing landscape of higher education.
Racial Equity: A website to behold at UNC Greensboro. University Business highlights UNCG’s “groundbreaking website on racial equity.”