Campaign News

UNCG Alumna creates legacy through Scholarships

Curiosity is a hallmark of lifelong learning. As the late Mary “Bobbi” Miller Carson ’58 once noted, “I grew up with a very strong curiosity factor. Woman’s College gave me the life skills, education, motivation, and confidence to pursue that curiosity at many levels.”

$5 million Mellon grant provides paid internships for humanities students

UNC Greensboro has been awarded a $5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to implement a five-year paid internship and educational program for humanities students called “Humanities at Work.” This landmark grant is the largest ever received by UNCG’s College of Arts & Sciences – as well as one of the largest in the University’s history.

Seager Scholarships will help Spartans pursue artistic dreams

Leigh Wells Seager ’72 was a friend to many in Greensboro. Although she passed away in March of 2022, Leigh’s capacity for doing good left an indelible imprint on the community and the people she knew. She gave countless hours of service to UNC Greensboro’s Jackson…

Leak Bryant scholarship helps nursing students shine

Ashley Leak Bryant supports UNC Greensboro’s School of Nursing students with a planned gift of over $500,000. It establishes the Leak Bryant Family Endowed Scholarship.

Music scholarship honors Emma Gibbs Slater

Robert and Jane Slater honor his mother’s legacy through annual support of the Emma Gibbs Slater Scholarship in Music at UNC Greensboro. 

Applause for Moskal-Burges Scholarship in Theatre 

“All the world’s a stage” rang particularly true for the multi-talented Charlene “Char” Moskal-Burges ’61, who passed away in October. After earning a BA in drama from Woman’s College (UNC Greensboro) and then a master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University, she studied internationally at institutes…