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AADS Alumna Itane Coleman on UNCG’s new Alumni Podcast

Posted on September 24, 2018

AADS alumna Itane Coleman ‘17 takes part in UNCG’s new alumni podcast, Spartans Speak. The podcast is hosted by the […]


Dr. Ali receives 2018 Dean’s Award for the Promotion of Diversity and Inclusiveness

Posted on May 30, 2018

Congratulations to AADS Professor and Dean of Lloyd International Honors College, Dr. Omar H. Ali, recipient of the 2018 Dean’s […]


AADS Faculty host lectures, discussions, and CACE Conference events for Black History Month

Posted on February 7, 2018

Black History Month events include a lecture by Dr. Frank Woods, the 2018 CACE Conference, and many other events!


Dr. Ali publishes in Harvard’s ReVista on Afro-Latin America

Posted on February 1, 2018

Omar H. Ali is Dean of Lloyd International Honors College and Professor of Global and Comparative African Diaspora History at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


AADS Alumni wins prestigious dissertation award

Posted on January 31, 2018

The Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) has named AADS program alumni Charles L. Chavis Jr. as the recipient of the 2017-18 SREB Dissertation Award.


More Than a Garden: Urban Community Gardens as Spaces of Reclamation

Posted on January 29, 2018

Diamond Holloman
Ph.D. Student, Ecology, UNC Chapel Hill
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 3:30pm in the UNCG Faculty Center
Reception to follow


Cerise Glenn

Dr. Cerise L. Glenn receives outstanding book chapter award

Posted on August 31, 2017

The African American and Culture Division of the National Communication Association names Dr. Cerise L. Glenn, AADS Program Director, Outstanding Book Chapter Award Recipient.


Carnegie Foundation names Dr. Omar H. Ali NC Professor of the year.

Posted on August 30, 2017

The Carnegie Foundation has named Dr. Omar H. Ali North Carolina Professor of the year. Ali is a Professor of Comparative African Diaspora History in the African American & African Diaspora Studies Program and is the Dean of Lloyd International Honors College.


Comanche: Hero Complexities

Posted on August 30, 2017

The African American & African Diaspora Studies program, the UNCG School of Dance, and University Libraries received a community-engaged grant: Comanche: Hero Complexities. This multidisciplinary community engaged event series gives voice to Caribbean and African diasporic legacies and contributes to the diverse perspectives that are part of American culture.


AADS graduate Maurice Moore featured on UNCGNow

Posted on June 1, 2016

EXPLORING IDENTITY THROUGH ART May 23, 2016 | UNCGNow | see original story here Whether he was sketching on notebook […]