CHANCELLOR CHATS

Chancellor Chat graphic - Enjoy cookies and conversation!

Join Chancellor Gilliam in Chancellor Chats, co-hosted by SGA. It’s an informal gathering, a mobile “office hours,” where students have an opportunity to ask questions and share concerns.

Chancellor’s Chats for Spring 2023:
  • February 21, 2023 12pm – 1pm (EST)
    Location: Moran Commons outside Esports Arena
  • March 22, 2023 12pm – 1pm (EDT)
    Location: Moran Commons outside Esports Arena
  • April 18, 2023 12pm – 1pm (EDT)
    Location: Moran Commons outside Esports Arena

PROTOCOL FOR EVENTS WITH CHANCELLOR AND/OR MRS. GILLIAM:

Chancellor Gilliam delivering a speech

ATTENDANCE REQUEST FORM
To invite the Chancellor and/or Mrs. Gilliam to an event, please complete the attendance request form. If you have any questions, please contact Nikki Baker, Assistant to the Chancellor at nikki.baker@uncg.edu or 336.334.4227.

EXECUTIVE BRIEFING GUIDELINES & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT FORM

Once the Chancellor and/or Mrs. Gilliam confirm their attendance at an event in which he or she has a speaking role, the speaking engagement form is due 5 weeks prior to the event and the event briefing is due 2 weeks prior to the event. Download Executive Briefing Guidelines.

CHANCELLOR’S AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Inaugural Chancellor Ambassadors

Now Accepting Applications

UNC Greensboro students are invited to participate in the Chancellor’s Ambassador Program. We are seeking motivated, professional individuals who are interested in networking and representing UNCG and the Chancellor’s Office as a host at select Chancellor and University events.

Ambassadors will benefit from:

  • A program within the Chancellor’s Office wherein Program members represent the University while serving as hosts at Chancellor events, as well as select on and off campus Advancement events.
  • An opportunity for Program members to become connected to both the campus community as well as the community at large by way of hosting and directing guests at University events.
  • An opportunity for Program members to become more prepared for the working world through interacting with a diverse group of constituents, as well as adhering to guidelines which lend themselves to the business world – such as proper attire, being mission-oriented, being accountable for one’s actions, having a customer service – friendly demeanor, problem solving, and conversing with a wide variety of people.
  • An opportunity for Program members to exemplify the quality of our constituency to important stakeholders.

Program Handbook

If you have questions, please contact Alexis Williams, aswill29@uncg.edu.