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September 19, 2003

UNCG, A&T organizing plans for Deaf School site

From: Triad Business Journal, NC - Sept 19, 2003

On Tuesday morning, UNC-Greensboro Chancellor Patricia Sullivan and N.C. A&T State University Chancellor James Renick will announce initial plans for the 75-acre North Carolina School for the Deaf.

The state legislature decided last summer to give the former School for the Deaf campus to the two state universities in Greensboro. In recent weeks, faculty groups from both UNCG and A&T have been in discussions about what they can do with the site.

The School for the Deaf campus is in the Lake Herman Summit Industrial Park in the northeast corner of Greensboro between Summit Avenue and US 29.

Sullivan and Renick will hold a public meeting at 8 a.m. Tuesday at the Greensboro City Club to discuss plans for the development of the campus, which is being called the Joint Millennium Campus.

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