UNCG Research

Two students named Fulbright Scholars

Repost from UNCG NOW Two UNCG students, A’Isha Crawford and Pablo Diaz, have won Fulbright scholarships that will carry them …Read More

Bell funded for “Scientific and Engineering Applications of Algebraic Topology”

Research Funding  UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Greg Bell on his new funding from the University of Minnesota Institute for Mathematics and …Read More

Cuda discusses T. S. Eliot on NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show”

Repost from UNCG NOW Article by Betsi Robinson Anthony Cuda, an assistant professor of English at UNCG, appeared on the …Read More

$450,000 federal grant helps recruit, train culturally diverse librarians

Repost from UNCG NOW A federal grant of almost $450,000 will support UNCG’s Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) program as …Read More

Institute for Aegean Prehistory funding to Soles

Research Funding  UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Jeffrey Soles on his new funding from the Institute for Aegean Prehistory. His project, entitled …Read More

NC Holocaust Education, Research, and Outreach Initiative funds for Schwartzman

Research Funding  UNCG Research congratulates Dr. Roy Schwartzman on his new funding from the North Carolina Center for the Advancement …Read More

Creating and Commercializing Intellectual Property: JSNN Seminar for Inventors

Research News Dr. Michael Baker of Salubrix IP Services will discuss the practical aspects of creating and commercializing intellectual property …Read More

Children, students, and faculty find the fun in science at JSNN’s Gateway to Science event

Research News “Childhood, then, is the one time of life when all members of an age cohort are expected to …Read More

Southeastern Women’s Studies Association to draw hundreds to UNCG

Repost from University News Article by Betsi Robinson Several hundred people will gather on the campus of UNCG April 18-20 …Read More

Conquering a hidden kingdom: scientists collaborate to explore the untapped potential of fungi

Repost from UNCGNOW Article by Michelle Hines Huzefa Raja and Nick Oberlies are, to borrow a biological term, symbionts. Raja, …Read More