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Virtual Reality brings the past to life at Magnolia House

August 9, 2021

Combining design, history, and computer science, UNC Greensboro is bringing a piece of important local history to life.   Members of […]


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AADS professor wins prestigious Career Enhancement Fellowship

May 28, 2021

Dr. Hewan Girma, a professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) at UNC Greensboro, has received a prestigious […]


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Study sheds new light on how student loan debt affects graduates

April 8, 2021

Researchers at UNC Greensboro and Rutgers University-Camden have released a report that sheds new light on how student loan debt […]


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Dean Kiss wins COSPAR medal; Asteroid named in his honor

February 8, 2021

In January 2021, Dr. John Z. Kiss, a space biologist and dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was […]


Lineup, theme announced for annual CACE Conference: ‘The Year of the Black Woman’

January 27, 2021

UNC Greensboro’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) program invites students, faculty, staff, and community members to its annual […]


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NC Herpetology Hall of Fame inducts Ann Somers

November 13, 2020

UNCG Senior Lecturer in biology Ann Berry Somers is well-known figure in North Carolina herpetology and public service. She is […]


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UNCG Psychology lab seeks participants aged 5 to 10

November 12, 2020

A children’s psychology lab at UNC Greensboro is seeking participants aged 5 to 10 to join two virtual studies. The […]


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Political Science professor publishes timely new book

November 5, 2020

Working-class Whites surprised everyone in the 2016 election, right? News programs touted the unexpected proportion who voted for then-candidate Trump, […]


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Physics professor published in Science Magazine

September 10, 2020

Dr. Alicia Aarnio, assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, is one of the authors of a new article […]


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Chemist searches fungi for anticancer drug leads

July 30, 2020

Dr. Nicholas Oberlies describes himself as “pretty passionate” about fungi. That may be an understatement. “I could geek out about […]