News Items from UNC Greensboro

Anthony Dellinger ’14 PhD had a delightfully fishy experience with UNCG. He researched a sustainable replacement for bait fish while earning his doctorate at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, a venture of UNCG and NC A&T State. And thanks to the entrepreneurial focus of the school, and a partnership with Professor Christopher Kepley, […]

Astrophysics is one of the research and teaching directions in UNCG’s Department of Physics and Astronomy. At least two of the three undergraduate courses in astronomy (AST-209, Astronomy: The Solar System and AST-235, Astronomy: Stars and Galaxies) and astrophysics (PHY-330) are offered every semester. The courses include sessions in the UNCG Planetarium (Petty Bldg., room […]

Dr.  John Willse (Educational Research Methodology) received new funding from Castle Worldwide for an OAERS contract with Castle Worldwide Inc. 2016-2017.”  Castle Worldwide Inc. will support an ERM student who will be assigned to relevant activities pertaining to data management, data analysis, data documentation, report writing and general assessment activities. Also, Guilford County Schools is […]

The design of the UNCG Pedestrian Underpass is a top 100 award winner in this year’s CODA awards. These awards of the global online Community of Art and Design celebrate design projects that demonstrate the most successful integration of commissioned art into an interior, architectural, or public space, the web site states. 407 projects from […]

By the close of the spring 2016 semester, Housing and Residence Life (HRL) staff raised a total of $7,016.82 for Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina.  They received many donations from the student body and community to make this possible. Katie Patschke-McGuire, a coordinator for Residence Life for HRL, organized this fundraising effort to incorporate […]

Dr. Joan Titus and Dr. Linda Rupert have both received 2016 summer stipends from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Universities may only submit two applications per year for these highly competitive awards, and less than 10 percent of all applicants secure funding. The funding of not one but both applications reflects highly on the […]

The University Libraries at UNCG are partnering with three other area institutions on a project to make the records of the history of medicine in Greensboro – a total of thirteen unique archival collections – better known and more accessible to scholars, students and community researchers. “Good Medicine: Greensboro’s Hospitals and Healers, 1865-2015” will provide […]