Monthly Archives: September 2017

Photo of Vacc Bell Tower

UNCG awarded $1.15 million grant for first-generation and underrepresented students

UNCG has received a 5-year, $1.15 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Education to support first-generation and underrepresented students in undergraduate research and graduate… Read More >

News & Record: UNCG researchers hope to change culture around concussions

In February, UNCG was awarded $400,000 from the NCAA and the Dept. of Defense to research and develop a web-based behavior intervention package that helps… Read More >

UNCG chemists working on $10 million research grant

Only 30 percent of individuals using natural products, such as dietary supplements or herbal remedies, tell their doctors, yet when those products are combined with… Read More >

Hodgkins’ Digital Temple saluted by Choice

The Digital Temple: A Documentary Edition of George Herbert’s English Verse, an online scholarly resource annotated by Dr. Christopher Hodgkins, a professor of English at… Read More >

Students study in Jackson Library

Federal grant helps recruit, train culturally diverse librarians

A federal grant of almost $450,000 will support UNCG’s Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) program as it continues to recruit and train culturally… Read More >

School of Education wins NC Quest grant to support state’s teachers

NC Quest, which administers federal funds to train and support North Carolina’s teachers, has set aside just under $300,000 to fund a proposal submitted by… Read More >

Step into the Digital Temple

For literary scholars, it’s the next best thing to being there. After many years of tedious work, Dr. Chris Hodgkins, a professor of English at… Read More >

John Gladston pours a glass of wine at Grove Winery.

Study: Customer service key to NC wine industry growth

The key to the continued growth of North Carolina’s wine tourism industry may be one of the state’s longstanding hallmarks: Southern hospitality. That hospitality —… Read More >

Etnier studies possible link between Alzheimer’s and exercise

 Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common form of dementia, has no known cure.  But what if something as simple as regular exercise could impact  a person’s… Read More >

University accolades

UNCG has been recognized for faculty and student achievement, community engagement and sustainability efforts. $1.3 million grant to help middle-schoolers link science, healthy living:  http://ure.uncg.edu/prod/news/education-2/1-3m-grant-to-help-middle-schoolers-link-science-healthy-living/… Read More >