Adults who are experiencing hearing loss for the first time may not know what to expect during a visit with the audiologist, so we sat down with Dr. Amy Myers who is a well-respected audiologist at UNC Greensboro. Myers shares her insight about all-things ears, from a typical first appointment to how a visit to the audiologist can be life-changing.
UNCG scholars received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to develop innovative graduate curricula about the Cape Fear Watershed. Through this project, humanistic inquiry is central for students’ education and faculty’s development of modules and courses in the M.S. in Sustainability & Environment.
Winners from the Graduate School’s Scholarship & Creativity Expo provide valuable insight and tips about how to clearly communicate science with a general audience. Spartans can learn from these graduate student experts to cultivate their science communication skill set.
A standout public health undergraduate fosters community and puts foundational public health concepts into action, while serving as a Spartan Guide and an upper class mentor for Ashby Residential College.
Nabeela Farhat, doctoral candidate and the recipient of the Michael Lewis Award for Graduate Outstanding Teaching Assistant in Spring 2022, excels in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Sustainability with strong mentorship from Dr. Selima Sultana.
Dr. Sandra Schultz from the Department of Kinesiology shares insight about how changes that occur during puberty, including shifting hormones and body composition, could increase females’ susceptibility to ACL injuries.