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Greensboro goes global

Repost from UNCG Now A new international economic engine, the Global Opportunities Center, may soon be a part of Greensboro …Read More


In the News: Transformative Effects of Primary Reform

In the news On August 4, 2015, CNBC covered the release of “A Quiet Revolution: The Early Success of California’s Top Two Nonpartisan …Read More


Fewer psychiatric hospitals, more prisons in America

Repost from Campus Weekly UNCG Assistant Professor of History Anne Parsons has received a 2015 Soros Justice Fellowship from the …Read More


All Fun and Game Theory

“I would much rather spend my summer looking at math than on a beach somewhere. It’s just more exciting,” says …Read More


Left to Chance

Repost from Campus Weekly This month marks a horrible anniversary. Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and the Gulf Coast on …Read More


“Smart” vs. “Sciencey”

Aaliyah is a bright, confident, outspoken 4th grader who consistently displays a passion for science. Her teacher, Ms. Wolfe, values …Read More


UNCG program to help ADHD students is drawing attention

In the news On July 9, 2015 News & Record reported that UNCG professor Dr. Arthur Anastopoulos’s (Human Health and …Read More


Accessible Excellence

On May 3, 2015, the American Disabilities Association Legacy Bus pulled up to UNCG. Emblazoned with the US flag and …Read More