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Audrey Sage receives UNCG Staff Star

SCUA is pleased to recognize our Conservation Specialist and Preservation Manager, Audrey Sage, who received a UNCG Staff Star! She was awarded this accolade by the UNCG Staff Senate and the Chancellors office when she was nominated by a colleague who wanted to acknowledge her volunteering and service for the university. A Staff Star is selected when they have been observed being kind, thoughtful, helpful and considerate. It is an honor for Audrey to receive this recognition, but she considers it to be a greater gift to serve the University and so many wonderful organizations in the community through opportunities made available by involvement with the UNCG Staff Senate.

Beth Ann Koelsch Receives Honor From the National World War II Museum

Women Veterans Historical Project Curator Beth Ann Koelsch has been invited by the National World War II museum in New Orleans to be on the advisory board for an exhibition focused on the service of American women, Our War Too: Women In Service.

SCUA in the News!

Stacey Krim and the UNCG Cello Music Collection are honored! To read the articles on the online publication from The Cello Museum, please click on the title:

UNCG Cello Music Collection: The Largest Collection of Cello-Related Materials in the World

Cold Cases in Music Research

Stacey Krim
A page of handwritten exercises by Maurice Eisenberg. Public domain.

SCUA’s 50th Anniversary

February 4, 2022 First Friday Chats: Conversation with UNCG Manuscripts Curator Stacey Krim and UNCG Digital Project Coordinator David Gywnn about the Triad Black Lives Matter Project.(watch video)

February 22, 2022 The Women Veterans Collection Celebrates Black History Month, given by Beth Ann Koelsch, Curator, Women Veterans Historical Project (WVHP) and Associate Professor, UNCG   (watch video)   

ALL upcoming events posted under SCUA Anniversary Event Calendar

SCUA on the Road! 

Erin Lawrimore spoke at Joymongers Brewing Co. about brewing with UNCG University Libraries colleagues Richard Cox and David Gwynn.

Well Crafted NC launch event: Celebrating Beer and Brewing in Downtown  Greensboro | 88.5 WFDD

Kathelene McCarty Smith and Carolyn Shankle visited Well.Spring Retirement Community in December presenting Charles Dickens and the British Tradition of Ghost Stories at Christmas and bringing rare material from SCUA’s vast collections!

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TALES FROM THE UNCG UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

Visit our Spartan Stories Blog! It is updated every month with a fascinating story about the history of UNC Greensboro – or visit one of the many stories that we have written over the years!

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