EdD candidate in Kinesiology, Mona Flynn is eager to contribute to the growing body of knowledge in yoga therapy. Her research will focus on how physical activity improves overall well-being through her work with immigrant and refugee women at her non-profit, The Yoga Connection.
One way students are making UNC Greensboro more environmentally friendly is protecting birds from flying into windows. Doctoral student Megan Damico is identifying and rectifying key problem areas around campus.
UNCG’s Career & Professional Development team is hosting the Fall Virtual Career Fair, offering all UNCG students the opportunity to connect with world class employers offering full-time and internship opportunities.
Governed by a student-led committee, the UNCG Green Fund financially supports sustainable projects focusing on social equity, environment, economy, and aesthetics. The resulting initiatives, research, and education programs aim to benefit students on campus and the larger Greensboro community.
The Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC) helps immigrants and refugees become an acclimated part of their local community. UNCG students who work with the Center provide critical support while gaining invaluable experience and perspective.
UNC Greensboro trustee and alumna Mae Douglas received the ATHENA Award at the annual Greensboro Chamber of Commerce luncheon, held Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro. […]
UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics partnered with the publication Business North Carolina to host the 2020 North Carolina Economic Forecast Roundtable on Friday, Jan. 10, on UNCG’s campus. Around […]