Jeans that charge your phone, take your temperature, and report your electrolytes. Are we living in the Jetsons yet? Researchers at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering are looking at capabilities for textiles.
This Q&A with Dr. Wayne Journell explores how how K-12 social studies curriculum should transform now that the pandemic has exposed deficiencies in much of the traditional narrative found in textbooks and state curriculum standards.
Last year, an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that, according to federal data, only 2.1 percent of tenured professors at four-year colleges are Black women. Many universities […]
For students in Demetrius ‘D.’ Noble’s newest course Politics of Black Poetry & Rap, it’s three hours of head bobbing to hip-hop, picking apart poetry, and dissecting political issues from works of art in a way that’s “intellectually rigorous, but incredibly fun.”
“Metaldata,” released last year, is a unique bibliography of heavy metal resources. The volume, co-authored by UNCG’s Dr. Guy Capuzzo and Dr. Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, will help music librarians build collections […]
Professor Ratnasingham Shivaji receives the Senior Research Excellence Award for his scholarship on partial differential equations. Dr. Rathnayake is recognized for her interdisciplinary research combining chemistry and nanoscience. Read more at […]
Goldwater Scholar Kala Youngblood looks at molecular asymmetry, with applications in science and agriculture. As a first-generation college student from a small town, she’s also dedicated to supporting local kids […]
14 projects received funding during the 2021-2022 academic year through the competitive New and Regular Faculty Internal Research Awards Program. This funding supports the initiation and advancement of research, scholarship, […]