Memories of the Moore Building The UNC Greensboro School of Nursing called the Margaret C. Moore Building on McIver Street home since its doors opened in 1969. It was originally called the Nursing Education Building, but it was renamed in honor of Margaret Catherine Moore ’35, who was an original School of Nursing faculty member. Over the years, the Moore Building has produced thousands of Spartan Nurses and countless memories. […]
Adrienne Crosby is a U.S. Army veteran, wife, mother to twin boys, and neonatal intensive care unit nurse.
A dozen UNCG nursing students set up tables, chairs, and canopies and turned a UNCG parking lot into a drive-through flu shot clinic.
Dr. Julie Kordsmeier, Dr. Vadim Korogoda, Dr. Lori Lupe, and Aimee Motley joined the UNCG School of Nursing as clinical faculty members.
Their research ranges from examining the effects of stress on pregnant women to the ways children cope with asthma.