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Impact Stories


Think like a chemist

It’s not hard to see why Dr. Mitchell Croatt is a favorite among UNCG students. His passion for organic chemistry …Read More


Bringing back music education

As cuts to music education continue across the country, Holly Riley, a 2015 UNCG music education graduate and fiddle player, …Read More


Ending hunger at home

Food deserts. The term may elicit dry, distant wastelands, but the reality is much closer to home. Food deserts are metropolitan …Read More


Code like a girl

Code like a girl. Sound strange? Not to Naomi Thomas, a UNCG sophomore double majoring in Computer Science and Business …Read More


$2k goes to Greensboro students with best business pitches

Four entrepreneurial students walked away from the UNCG Alumni House with $2,000 in prizes on March 31st. They were the …Read More


In the news: Food and poverty discussion at UNCG

In the news On April 1, 2015, Yes! Weekly covered Food Storm, an Ashby Dialogue at UNCG. The event convened …Read More



Video: Natural products vs. drug-resistant infections

Dr. Nadja Cech received her first National Institutes of Health R01 in December 2012. Thanks to the prestigious $1.25 million …Read More