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.
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.
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.
When the VA told April Dant, a wife, mom, and U.S. Army veteran that she would get paid to got to college, she though “Why not?” What she didn’t expect was to land a job thanks to a class assignment and the Bryan School’s Blueprint Series.
Infant formula shortages have raised interest in alternatives. UNCG expert Dr. Maryanne Perrin breaks down human milk banking, sharing information about its process, benefits, availability, and its safety.
From on-screen actors to behind-the-scenes writers and producers, UNCG students and alumni are making their mark on the film and TV industry. Be sure to add these shows and movies to your summer watchlist.
When UNCG stars rise, they rise together. School of Music alumna and Grammy-winner Rhiannon Giddens launched an original opera, “Omar,” at Charleston’s Spoleto Festival, and Cheryse McLeod Lewis ’01 stars in the production. A current student, Michael Adams, sings in one of the choirs.
It has become one of the most popular features at the Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness, which marks its fifth anniversary this year. The climbing wall saw 47,342 sessions in those first five years and led to many Spartans participating in Outdoor Adventure trips to the nearby Pilot Mountain, Hanging Rock, and other climbing destinations.
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.
Keylin Rivera ’13 serves the nation’s largest Latino civil rights organization, and she is in constant communication with White House agencies for her work. UNCG helped her become a leader in civic engagement and social justice.