01/UA 0026. Undergraduate Studies
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Communication Across the Curriculum Records
This collection is comprised of the 2002 book, Communication Across the UNCG Curriculum: A guide for faculty and matrials related to the communicion across the curriculum committee. It is a program designed to improve students communication skills within various disciplines.
Cornelia Strong Residential College Records
These are records document the Cornelia Strong Residential College, named in honor of an early UNCG faculty member. The collection includes photographs, newsletters, and annual reports.
Dean of Undergraduate Studies Records
Assessment documents related to undergraduate studies dating from 2004-2005.
Grogan Residential College Records
Office of Learning Communities Records
The Office of Learning Communities Records consists of digital photographs taken by the Office for promotional purposes. The photographs feature Learning Communities students in various locations around the UNCG campus.
Office of the Dean of Academic Advising/Office of Academic Advising and Support Services Records
The University Speaking Center
The University Speaking Center opened in 2002 after much research and preparation by Joyce Ferguson (founding coordinator for UNCG's Speaking Across the Curriculum Faculty Development program) and Amanda Gunn.
This collection contains flyers produced by the Speaking Center and an archive of the center's website.
Special Services Support Program Records
This collection contains one box of annual reports from the Special Services Support Program of UNCG. The SSSP has been in operation on UNCG's campus since 1970, and provides additional educational services and support to a select group of students.
University Teaching and Learning Center Records
Warren Ashby Residential College Records
Warren Ashby Residential College was founded in 1970 by Dean of Arts and Sciences Robert Miller, and Professor of Philosophy Warren Ashby. Ashby was formed as a living-learning environment and encourages innovative study, small classes, unity of academic and social experiences, and close student-faculty contacts. Today, Warren Ashby Residential College at Mary Foust Hall is one of three residential colleges currently on UNCG's campus.