Centers & Networks
The RISE Network is a coalition of educators and researchers involved in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education. The network provides access to STEM funding and research opportunities, promotes working partnerships, offers a monthly lunch series, and sponsors special events such as workshops and guest speakers. Network members include UNCG faculty and researchers, community educators, and grant specialists.
24 Petty Science Building 336.334.5836Visit Website
Humanities Network and Consortium
The UNCG Humanities Network and Consortium (HNAC) connects the university’s humanities scholars to one another and to the public. We support faculty research and foster interdisciplinary collaborations. HNAC helps students identify how humanities coursework translates into successful personal careers and public leadership.
2145 MHRA BuildingVisit Website
Digital ACT Studio
The Digital ACT (Action, Consultation, and Training) Studio supports students, faculty, and staff in their effective creation or incorporation of digital media into projects. Consultants act as a trained, engaged audience, providing feedback on slide presentations, video projects, podcasts, digital photography, websites, and blogs by offering collaborative, dialogue-based consultations.
Center For Legislative Studies
The Center for Legislative Studies supports research and documents collection in post-communist parliaments, research in legislative policy and politics, undergraduate research and training in legislative research and leadership, democratic development and legislative strengthening, and support of Research Committee of Legislative Specialists of the International Political Science Association
324 Curry Building 336.334.5989Visit Website
Atlantic World Research Network
The Atlantic World Research Network provides leadership in circumatlantic studies not only at UNCG and around our region, but around the Atlantic Rim and beyond. This interdisciplinary network embraces and fosters Atlantic World research, teaching, and creative work across campus – in the Humanities, Arts, Sciences, and Social Sciences, and across the Academic Units: in the Schools of Business, Education, Health and Human Performance, Human Environmental Sciences, Music and Nursing, and in the Library and the Lloyd International Honors College.
The University Speaking Center provides consultation support and instructional workshop services for UNCG students, faculty, employees, and members of the Greensboro community. Our support is designed to help speakers further develop their own oral communication confidence and competence. We provide peer-to-peer feedback, guidance, and other support in the areas of public speaking preparation and delivery, interpersonal communication, and group or team communication.
3211 MHRA Building 336.256.1346Visit Website
The mission of our Writing Center is to connect writers with readers. This helps to make good writers better writers. It also encourages writers to develop an awareness about themselves that will help them after they leave the Writing Center.