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CAS Professors Win Prestigious Awards

January 23, 2020

Faculty with UNCG’s College of Arts & Sciences have continued their tradition of excellence by winning the following awards: Jo […]


Students Teach Positive Communication to Businesses

January 15, 2020

Communication studies majors recently partnered with local businesses—Cone Health and Webb Heating and Air—to develop “positive communication” strategies.


A new vision for the humanities

A New Vision for the Humanities

January 13, 2020

“There are so many impacts of undergraduate research,” Dr. Joanne Murphy says, “but what I love the most is the confidence.”


2019: The Year in Review

January 6, 2020

As 2019 comes to a close, it’s the perfect time to reflect on all that UNC Greensboro has accomplished.


Will Crandall

Highlight on Chemistry Student, Will Crandall

January 6, 2020

Will Crandall has one major dream: to heal people using plants and natural medicine.


Aaron Allen’s work fuses music, environment, and culture; wins award

September 25, 2019

What role does music play in causing environmental problems or in activating people through activism and emotional responses?


Collision Courses

September 24, 2019

Physics major Aidan Lytle walked a winding road to research. Now he’s analyzing star data and working on software to explore the fundamental nature of matter.


Humanities Now

September 24, 2019

UNCG is highlighting the humanities’ role in shaping our communities and lifting the skills they offer into the spotlight – to retool the liberal arts for today.


HNAC off to uplifting start in 2019-20

September 11, 2019

The Humanities Network and Consortium hosted a welcome-back event at the Alumni House last Wednesday, with opportunities for faculty and staff to find out more about HNAC Café events, writing groups, external funding workshops, and other public-facing events.


UNCG Plant and Pollinator Center Opens

September 9, 2019

The new state-of the-art research facility serves as a home to some of the most crucial research ‒ and community education ‒ that relates to pollinators, plants, and our global food supply.