UNCG Research magazine
Our biannual magazine highlights UNCG excellence at the intersections of discovery, engagement, and graduate and undergraduate education. For hard copies, contact Ms. Debbie Freund at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.256.0426.
The Independent Voter Their power is growing. And as the current presidential election demonstrates, so is their dissatisfaction. Dr. Omar Ali explains the movement.
Right from the Start We all want the best for our children. But how do we get there? UNCG researchers lead the way.
Ground Control to Professor Link When it comes to assessing how their entrepreneurial efforts are working, international institutions, Congress, and even NASA call on the guru: Dr. Al Link.
And more… Top senior research award goes to religious studies professor Eugene Rogers, growing Greensboro and detecting devastating diseases early, character traits in presidential candidates and the complete T.S. Eliot, and extended families and childhood obesity
Movement for Health UNCG leads the way with virtual rehab for stroke and amputee survivors, exercise to stave off cognitive decline, and prevention for ACL injuries
Making Our Mark Undergraduate researchers tackle immigrant health care, conduct musicals, draw lessons from disasters, and set up studios in Siena
Closing the Collegiate Gap in ADHD Research Anastopoulos generates knowledge and creates life changing interventions
And more… Top junior research award goes to medicinal chemist Dr. Nick Oberlies; math biology and drug discovery on the rise; Early American theater, poetry in the suburbs, and race and representation in kids’ lit; and at the corner of economics and public health
Research Excellence Dr. Stan Faeth, Dr. Jan Rychtář, Dr. Michael Kane and Dr. Paul Silvia.
A Bug’s (Second) Life Cicadas’ wings kill microbes on contact. And the exoskeleton could be the key to making a biodegradable plastic. Scientists hope their research on this familiar insect could save lives and make life better.
Personal Chemistry Undergraduate researchers find the right mix of challenge and support when working as part of Dr. Mitchell Croatt’s research group.
A Not-So-Silent Partner UNCG faculty pair up with police, practitioners and one another to address domestic violence.
The Big Muddy
By George, They Got It
Ties That Bind
Thinking Outside the Borders
The Roots of Research
With Better Health for All
Early Results on Early College
A Career of Making Assists
A molecular wonderland
Making connections everywhere you go
Dirty, rotten science
Mind of the blind
In Zulu hands
The big dig
The life of the mind
Black tails, white shirt, gray matter
The economic engine that could
Building blocks, neighborhoods, communities
[US] Urban Studio
The Perfect Form
Water’s Long, Strange Trip
The Right Track
On Their Turf
Staying in the Game
Healing Health Disparities
A Passage to India
Here to SERVE
The Next Wave
Petitioning the Past
The Salmon Strikes
A Question of Quality