News

“Fabric of Memory” exhibition at Revolution Mill honored

September 13, 2017

The permanent exhibition at Greensboro’s Revolution Mill created by students in UNCG’s History/Museum Studies graduate program and their advisor Director of Public History Benjamin Filene


Speaking Center

University Speaking Center serves campus, community

August 23, 2017

UNCG students can receive one-on-one consultations to work on oral presentations and general speaking skills at the University Speaking Center, now in operation for 15 years.


Students get up close & personal with sea turtles in Costa Rica

August 16, 2017

The seminar and field studies course, “Biology and the Conservation of Sea Turtles,” allows the class to compare conservation efforts in North Carolina with those in Costa Rica.


New Faculty

College Welcomes New Faculty Members

August 14, 2017

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes new faculty members to several of our departments.


Drs. Cech and Oberlies named Sullivan professors

August 1, 2017

We are pleased that Drs. Cech & Oberlies will be the first recipients of the Patricia A. Sullivan Distinguished Professorships in the Sciences.


Austin Gray

PhD student Austin Gray selected as a fellow by the NC Sea Grant

July 31, 2017

He will study the presence of antibiotics in rural North Carolina streams and wells.


Rewire

July 19, 2017

Portable Tech to Treat PTSD

In a recent pilot study funded by a UNCG Faculty First grant, Wisco has introduced an innovative new method for monitoring a patient’s physiological reactions to trauma memories.


UNCG Students to Screen Short at Cannes Film Festival

June 27, 2017

Malone will travel to the festival in southern France with the film’s producer, Alex Suggs, who is also a sophomore media studies major at UNCG.


Scott Romine

English Professor Rethinks Southern Studies

June 27, 2017

“We collectively decided that there really was no single, coherent history of Southern literature anymore.”


UNCG Professor Leads NASA Experiment

May 31, 2017

Spearheaded by Dr. John Z. Kiss the joint NASA-European Space Agency (ESA) experiment is the third in a series of studies that examine how light and gravity control plant growth and development.