UNCG Research

A foodie’s dream conference, Atlantic World Foodways, set for Jan. 30-Feb. 2

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Foodies from far and wide can discuss and dine on the cuisine and cultures of Italy, Spain, …Read More

Crossing Borders: For undergraduate researchers, the world is their laboratory

Repost from UNCG Now Article by Jeri Rowe Each summer on the Greek island of Kea, classical studies professor Joanne …Read More

Making good: Future doctor Dominick DeFelice is on a mission

Repost from UNCG Now Article by Andrea Spencer “Guarantee” means a great deal to senior biology major Dominick DeFelice. It’s …Read More

Dr. Bree Jimenez inspires her students to be advocates for those with a disability

Repost from Campus Weekly Article by By Rachel Williams Students filed into class on a rainy November morning, trying their …Read More

Online Nursing, Education Programs shine in U.S. News Ranking

Repost from UNCG Now UNCG’s online master’s programs in education and nursing shine in U.S. News’ just-released 2014 rankings for …Read More

Bray’s substance abuse treatment research funded by Cornell and RTI International

Repost from Campus Weekly Dr. Jeremy Bray (Economics) received new funding from Cornell University Weill Medical College for the project …Read More

UNCG and Mount Zion Baptist Church host Healthcare Summit

“What would our community look like if we became the healthiest community in North Carolina?… How can we think outside …Read More

UNCG’s health outreach partnership makes front-page news

Repost from UNCG Now Organizers of the recent Healthcare Faith Community Summit in Greensboro, including Bob Wineburg, professor of social …Read More