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 last week:
- MyFox8 featured kinsesiology research into using VR for physical therapy, with comments from Dr. Chris Rhea. The piece.
- Classical studies professor Joanne Murphy was featured on the Council for Undergraduate Research website, discussing undergraduate research and new opportunities that are a result of UNCG’s recent $200,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation. The feature.
- Yes! Weekly featured UNCG trustee Mae Douglas’ reception of the ATHENA Award from the Chamber of Commerce. The article.
- Dr. Nancy Hodges spoke to NPR’s Here & Now about American clothing factories. The piece.
- MyFox8 highlighted UNCG’s violent crime reduction team. The feature.
- Dr. Jasmine DeJesus spoke to Undark about the need for diversity in the psychology field. The piece
- Triad City Beat featured Erin Lawrimore talking about a pop-up exhibition about prohibition. The feature.
- The News & Record and W-S Journal ran several stories about Emmylou Harris’s visit to UNCG, including this article and this article.