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The UNCG Office of Research and Economic Development is once more accepting applications for new faculty research grants and regular faculty research grants. Faculty can apply for these internal grants by submitting an application with supporting budget forms by January 12, 2015, at 5 p.m.. The awards funding period is March 2015 – June 2016. […]

UNCG volunteers packaged more than 14,000 meals Nov. 21 for those who’d otherwise go hungry. “It goes to people globally,” says Blaze Jarrell. The sophomore Public Health Education major is the Residence Hall Association’s VP for community outreach and was the event point person. About 70 students and employees volunteered in the Stop Hunger Now […]

The presentations are over. And the 2014 UNCG Leadership Institute class has graduated. The UNCG Leadership Institute is designed to provide staff, faculty, and administrators with a significant, year-long opportunity to increase their leadership skills and accelerate their own leadership performance and readiness at the unit, department, or division level. The program is focused on […]

The following UNCG faculty were awarded $3,000-$4,000 research fellowships from the Coalition for Diverse Language Communities (with support from School of Education’s Dean Wixson and Vice Provost Shelton) for their collaborative work with members of diverse language communities: Jeannette Alarcon, School of Education, for “Exploring School Culture within the Context of Heritage Schools and Mother […]

Dr. Chiaki Takagi (Languages, Literature and Cultures) has been named the 2014 Teaching Award winner for the American Association of Teachers of Japanese. She received the honor during the ACTFL conference in November. She is director of Japanese Studies in LLC, as well as lecturer of Japanese and Asian Studies.

Dr. Revell Carr (Music) has his first book published, by the University of Illinois Press. There’s another first: It is the first book in their venerable series “Music in American Life” to deal with Hawaiian music. The title is “Hawaiian Music in Motion: Mariners, Missionaries, and Minstrels.” Carr is an associate professor of ethnomusicology in […]