News Items from UNC Greensboro

clock tower, sunrise
clock tower, sunrise

Whether researchers with timely insights or students with outstanding stories, members of the UNCG community appear in print, web and broadcast media every day. Here is a sampling of UNCG-related stories in the news and media over the week.

  • Dr. Jennifer Etnier is featured on Brian Keane fitness podcast, where, as a former athlete and coach, she gives powerful quotes about goal-setting. The episode. 
  • Dr. Meredith Powers contributes to a research article about Co-Creating a “Sustainable New Normal” for Social Work and Beyond. The article.
  • Dr. Jonathan Henner was a guest speaker for the University of Michigan where he spoke about language variations for people with disabilities. The information.
  • Dominick Amendum, the music director for ‘WICKED’s’ first national tour, talks about “the soul of the show”– music. The video.
  • Dr. Paul Knapp contributes to a research article about Recent increases in tropical cyclone precipitation extremes over the US east coast. The article. 
  • Steven Cramer writes an article about getting to know an academic department and talks about upcoming events such as the Entrepreneurship and Libraries conference. The article. 
  • Sam Harlow writes an article about Non UNCG wireless access and ANYROAM, a solution for anyone on campus that needs a persistent internet connection. The article. 
  • Dr. Mathieu Despard is named as a co-researcher in an academic study about how the expanded child tax credit is helping families. The article. 
  • Dr. Onyi Nwafor is featured in an article by Healio about how some types of nudges may promote guideline adherence. The feature.
  • Dr. Warren Milteer Jr. is featured on Blog Talk Radio with hosts Janice and Cherekana about his new book, Beyond Slavery’s Shadow: Free People of Color in the South. The episode.
  • Dr. Gay Ivey is featured in an article about the literacy rates in North Carolina children over the course of the pandemic. Dr. Ivey gives the quote “Doubling down on phonics alone has never worked to produce better readers.” The article.
  • Dr. Sara Heredia is featured in an article about how the new UNCG program, The Piedmont Teacher Residency Partnership, allows graduates to receive a master of arts and teaching and then get their initial teaching licensure. The feature.
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