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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 […]


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, […]


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 […]


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 […]


New book explores feminist activism in the 1990s

July 21, 2020

  “Is feminism dead?” That’s the question that Time magazine posed to its readers on a June 1998 cover. The […]


Will COVID-19 fast-track virtual reality development? UNCG expert weighs in

July 9, 2020

In March, Dr. Regis Kopper helped organize the first large-scale conference to take place entirely within virtual reality. Now, the […]


COVID-19 and the human experience: An anthropological perspective

July 7, 2020

The impacts of infectious disease aren’t just biological. Disease impacts all aspects of the human experience for individuals, communities, and […]


Clinical psychology program awarded $2 million grant

July 1, 2020

UNC Greensboro’s Department of Psychology has been awarded a five-year, $2.15 million Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (SDS) grant from the U.S. Health […]


Q&A with professors of African American and African Diaspora Studies

June 9, 2020

By now the names George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have been spoken, chanted, and reprinted countless times after […]