Category: Articles | The College of Arts and Sciences


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Faculty use humor, creativity to connect with students online

April 2, 2020

A professor wears a different Hawaiian shirt for each organic chemistry lecture he uploads online. Another professor dances flamenco for […]

College Faculty and Lloyd International Honors College Highlighted in YES! Weekly

January 3, 2019

Dean Omar Ali and his ‘ensemble’ are creating a new kind of performative culture which challenges the prevailing notion that […]

Dean John Kiss was interviewed by Nature for a piece on China’s experiments with plant growth on the moon

December 12, 2018

“The proposed Chinese experiments will seek to verify previous studies on the International Space Station,” says John Kiss, a space biologist at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.

National Geographic featured Dr. Matina Rueppel’s work in an article on mouse vocalizations

December 12, 2018

Researchers eavesdropped on California mice to learn how they cope with separation—listen to their calls, both friendly and angry.

Dean Kiss

To Boldly Grow

May 2, 2018

Dean John Z. Kiss and his research have been featured in UNCG Research Magazine. Kiss has devoted more than 25 years […]

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Children are natural optimists – which comes with psychological pros and cons

April 18, 2018

Janet J. Boseovski, Associate Professor of Psychology, writes for The Conversation on why little kids have a tendency to look […]

Suzanne and Edgar Cabrera

Interior Architecture Instructor and Alumni featured on Our State

January 9, 2018

Suzanne and Edgar Cabrera share their small design studio and shop, The Tiny Greenhouse, on Our State.

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Dr. Emily Levine discusses liberal arts and career outcomes in InsideHigherEd

October 4, 2017

“Humanities education is a long-term investment in future leaders.”

Michael Kane

Dr. Michael Kane’s research highlighted on Scientific American

April 5, 2017

Dr. Michael Kane‘s (Psychology) latest research on mind-wandering in lab and daily life settings has been featured in Scientific American Magazine.