Academics & Research
Researchers develop plan for NC wine industry growth

Researchers develop plan for NC wine industry growth

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Student veterans attend a Veterans Day ceremony on the UNCG campus. UNCG's new accelerated nursing program for medically trained veterans is just one way the university is making higher education more accessible to those who served.

Nursing fast-tracks medically trained veterans

As a U.S. Navy veteran, Dr. Susan Letvak understands the challenges veterans face when they transition to civilian life. Letvak, chair of the Adult Health…Read More >

The Bryan School of Business and Economics on the UNCG campus

UNCG economics faculty research earns high ranking

UNCG’s Department of Economics, housed in the Bryan School of Business and Economics, has been ranked as one of the nation’s best for faculty-published economic…Read More >

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Digging smarter, with satellite imagery

Paleontologist Robert Anemone’s wrong turn turned out to be a happy accident that led him to a rich cache of 50 million-year-old fossil mammals. That…Read More >

CARS Fashion

Consumer, Apparel & Retail Studies earns top ranking

UNCG’s Department of Consumer, Apparel and Retail Studies (CARS) has been ranked as the 13th best fashion program in the nation by the website,…Read More >

Rising eighth-graders use a hula hoop during a team-building exercise at UNCG’s GEAR UP camp on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

Camp shifts college access into high GEAR

More than two dozen eighth-graders from across the state have descended on the UNCG campus June 18-20 for a three-day, two-night immersion in college life….Read More >


Graduating to The Gambia

Megan Whinna graduated in May, with a dual degree in elementary and special education. On June 25, she heads to West Africa. Megan will spend…Read More >

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UNCG Archaeology at Bentonville Battlefield’s Harper House

To the average person, the charts look like waves. To UNCG’s Roy Stine and Linda Stine, they show something interesting under the earth. And when…Read More >

The UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics building.

Bryan School adds online programs in business analytics

The UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics is launching a new curriculum in business analytics this fall, designed to help professionals advance their understanding…Read More >

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UNCG history professor Watson Jennison will appear on C-SPAN3

A lecture by UNCG history professor Watson Jennison will air on C-SPAN3’s American History TV (AHTV) this Saturday, May 24, at 8 p.m. Dr. Watson…Read More >

Dr. Kathleen Casey at 2014 Commencement

Dr. Kathleen Casey recalls a career well spent

In 25 years as a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, Dr. Kathleen Casey has hooded more than 50 PhD graduates. “Everybody…Read More >


UNCG Commencement 2014: A celebration of success

With cheers and through tears, UNCG’s Class of 2014 gathered at the Greensboro Coliseum Friday morning to celebrate their accomplishment.

(From left) Rabeah Rawashdeh, JSNN Dean James Ryan and Joseph Estevez. Rawashdeh and Estevez will receive the first doctoral degrees from the JSNN program on May 9.

A monumental milestone for JSNN

Mark another milestone for the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering – the school is graduating its first Ph.D. students. “Looking back six years ago,…Read More >