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Once again, UNCG’s graduate program in speech-language pathology has been named to U.S. News and World Report’s list of best speech-language pathology programs for 2016. Out of the top 280 programs across the nation, UNCG’s program No. 30. “We are all very proud of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in their new, higher […]

Have you ever wondered how your diet affects your viruses or how keeping a beat and early literacy are related? You can find out at UNCG’s 2016 Graduate Research and Creativity Expo, “Scholarship That Matters.” The UNCG Graduate School, in partnership with the Office of Research and Economic Development, will host the expo on April […]

The panel “Antisemitism: From Persecution to Genocide” will be held Wednesday, March 30, 6 p.m., School of Education Building, Room 114. Guest speakers will include: UNCG Emeritus Professor and author of “The Twisted Road to Auschwitz,” Dr. Karl Schleunes Rabbi Frank Fischer, witness to Kristallnacht during the Holocaust Dr. Zev Harel, survivor of Holocaust death […]

Travis L. Hicks, assistant professor of Interior Architecture and director of the UNCG Center for Community-Engaged Design, was the 2015-16 UNCG nominee for the Holshouser Award for Public Service. “I am changing the way that students learn – and how professionals practice – architecture and design,” Hicks said. “How? I engage the public in the […]

Dr. Diana Bowman, former director of the National Center for Homeless Education (grant managed by SERVE/ORED since the center’s inception) retired last summer. She continues to be a part of SERVE. She has received funding from the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for the project “Homeless Education Product Review.”

Brad Wrenn is the coordinator for the Veterans Resource Center for the Division of Student Affairs. He officially began March 7. Wrenn comes to the VRC from the UNCG School of Nursing, where he worked in Medical Simulation, and as the Project Manager for the School of Nursing’s Veterans Access Program. He was honorably discharged […]