UNCG Research

Exhibition shares stories of Greensboro Terra Cotta community

Article by Lanita Withers Goins. Graduate students from UNCG’s Public History program are helping to ensure the history of Terra Cotta, a …Read More


Gruber and CYFCP will provide evaluation services for Guilford Adult Health, Inc.

UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Ken Gruber on receiving $28,000 in funding from Guilford Adult Health, Inc. Dr. Gruber’s project, “Guilford Health/Guilford …Read More


Seaman conference paper on undergraduate math education receives award – Research News

Research News UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Carol Seaman on receiving an award for her recent conference paper, “Sociomathematical norms and …Read More


NCEC GEMS students organize entrepreneurship festival

In true entrepreneurial fashion, NCEC GEMS students have created their own event for the Greensboro celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Arthur …Read More


Global Entrepreneurship Week finds fertile ground in Greensboro

On Nov. 12-18, Greensboro will participate in the world’s largest celebration of entrepreneurship, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). GEW encourages existing …Read More


Natuculture and student learning

Dr. Ken Gruber has received $15,000 for his involvement with an NC A&T research team investigating “Natuculture for Teaching and …Read More


Historic Gray Hall becomes Honors residence for upperclass students. August 2013 – Research News

Research News Press Release from Lloyd International Honors College Lloyd International Honors College and the Office of Housing and Residence …Read More


“Civic Literacy and Advocacy” funding to Jovanovic – Research News

Research News UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Spoma Jovanovic on her award from the Greensboro News and Record. The funding supports …Read More


Nutrition education for new North Carolinians – Murphy receives funding from DSS

UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Arthur Murphy on receiving $96,938 from the NC DHHS Division of Social Services for his project, …Read More


Professor documents country’s first Truth and Reconciliation effort

Article by Betsi Robinson, University Relations More than a decade ago, Dr. Spoma Jovanovic was teaching a class on social change at …Read More