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Lindsey D. Sanders, ’12 JMSW, ’21 PhD

Alumna Lindsey D. Sanders

Dr. Lindsey Sanders graduated from UNCG in 2012 and 2021. She received her Masters in Social Work and her Doctorate in Community Health Education. Learn how to get and stay involved as we catch up with Lindsey!


Virginia Hester ’39

L.B. and Virginia Edwards Hester Merit Scholarship Virginia Edwards Hester (1918-2018) came to Woman’s College in 1935 from the small town of Marshville in Union County, North Carolina. She arrived along with seven classmates from her high school, and has many fond memories of being a student. “How happy we … Continued


Alumni Spotlight: Physical Education Class of 1975

If you’ve ever met a graduate of the Physical Education (P.E.) Class of 1975, consider yourself lucky. Fifty years ago, in the Fall of 1971, a group of women began their first semester of college courses here at UNCG.


Dr. Deborah E. Jones ’75, ’82 MEd, ’97 EdD

“Highly effective, risk-taking women principals” was the description Donna Cox Peters ’80 MS, ’99 PhD put forth while seeking subjects for her dissertation. Professional referrals led Donna to Deborah E. Jones, a familiar colleague who would evolve into a lifelong inspiration.


Ron G. Morrow, ’84 MS, ’00 EdD

In his 27 years of physical education experience, Ron Morrow has directed health, physical education and recreation departments for YMCAs, taught K-6 Physical Education, served as Physical Education Department Chair of Davidson College, and served as adjunct faculty member.


Charles and Lois Lee ’65

When looking back on her experience at Woman’s College, now UNC Greensboro, Lois Lee ’65 remembers the people first. “There were so many people who helped me find out who I was supposed to be,” says Lee. Among them was Dr. Grace Keziah, her freshman world history professor. Dr. Keziah, … Continued


Sarah Shoffner ’62, ’64 MS, ’77 PhD

To read more about Sarah, check out the UNCG Magazine article on Woman’s College (WC), As the ’60s Neared and Passing the Torch, on Sarah and her time spent in the School of Health and Environmental Sciences (now School of Health and Human Sciences) at the WC. AS THE ’60S … Continued


Betty M. Flinchum ’57, ’62 MEd

Studying abroad seems like an obvious choice for many undergraduate students. The opportunity to travel promises new experiences, increased resilience, and greater independence for these young adults. It is an opportunity Dr. Betty M. Flinchum ’57, ’63 MED wants students around the world to take advantage of. When she graduated … Continued


Melinda Hamrick ’69

When Melinda Hamrick ’69 arrived on UNC Greensboro’s campus in 1965, she didn’t plan on staying. Her heart was set on UNC-Chapel Hill, and she planned to transfer after her first year. “My mother had graduated from UNCG’s commercial program in the 1930s,” reflects Hamrick. “I fully intended to transfer … Continued