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.
Alumna Jenny Halsey was named one of ELGL’s top 5 local government influencers for 2021. Throughout her career, she has worked with policy development, sustainability programs, and education efforts to improve efficiency for communities and the residents she serves.
Collaborative, inclusive, authentic – all words one hopes will reflect their child’s educational experience. At the Moss Street Partnership School, a Reidsville-based school operated by UNC Greensboro in partnership with […]
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.
UNCG’s reputation as a top sustainability campus is traveling the globe. Times Higher Education named it one of the top 200 universities in the world that is working towards the United Nations’ sustainability goals. Read more about some of the goals UNCG has excelled at.
English major Dana Broadus’ adventures abroad as part of a faculty-led program in Cádiz, Spain come to an end. In this edition of the weekly-updated blog, she reflects on her transformative experience, what she learned, and the friendships she made along the way.
Alumna Jennifer Baddour’s passion for helping others led her to UNCG’s human development and family studies program. Since then, she’s been serving her community through social work and individual and family counseling.
For more than 15 years, UNCG faculty and students have worked with the social justice organization Beloved Community Center, which takes its name from the “Beloved Community” Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of achieving through nonviolent dialogue and universal cooperation.
The Weatherspoon Art Museum has four fun exhibitions open this summer, including animation work, animal-centered work, many amazing sculptures, and a mural by alumna and Fulbright recipient Sheena Rose.