Class of 2016 Recognized
On Tuesday, 14 graduates of Integrative Community Studies at UNC Greensboro were recognized for their accomplishments and contributions during their four years as students at UNCG. Notable awards were also presented to students who exemplified outstanding performance in academics, campus involvement, and community activism. Provost Dana Dunn provided remarks and awarded the graduates their certificates. She thanked this class for “keeping UNCG focused on the positive impact of student learning opportunities,” and emphasized UNCG’s core values of equity, diversity, and inclusion. UNCG is well-known for demonstrating inclusive excellence, and graduates of the ICS program personify these values.
Students will also be recognized on Friday, May 6th at UNCG’s Commencement Ceremony. The event will take place at the Greensboro Coliseum, beginning at 10:00 a.m. More information about Commencement can be found at Commencement Central.