UNCG is one of only 10 teams nationally (all divisions) to reach the NCAA Tournament the first seven years it was held (1982-1988).
Agee has led her teams to 13 conference championships, including the 2002 Southern Conference regular season crown. Agee
Bill Markham recently retired as Director of the Environmental Studies Program at UNCG and is the author of recent books about environmentalism in Germany and in Cameroon.He has sung for almost three decades with the Greensboro Choral Society, of which he is Vice President.He has also sung with the Piedmont Baroque Consortium, Greensboro's early music group, Musica Anima, the Eastern Music and Amherst early Music Festival choruses, Bel Canto's performance of Haydn's Creation, and the choirs of Humboldt University and the University of Essen in Germany, where university choirs include faculty and staff.
He is an avid hiker and traveler, who has visited more than 40 countries.
"If we compare ourselves to places like Raleigh and Charlotte, then the little bit of an uptick doesn't amount to much," said William T. Markham , professor of sociology at UNCG . "It's not like it's a dramatic change."
William T. Markham is Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.He is author of two books and numerous journal articles on the sociology of organizations, social inequality, non-governmental organizations, and environmental sociology.He has held visiting appointments at Humboldt University, the University of Essen, and Wageningen University and received two Fulbright awards.