Where nature and music meet

Frasheri seated in front of the water organ at Villa d’Este Antonela Frasheri is a senior music performance major in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. She’s exploring connections...

Old-school scholarship

Grad student Carl Schlachte examines images from the NYC Municipal Archives One of the first things a young English major will learn is that the discipline is about far more than reading books, poems,...

Encouraging corporate social responsibility

Writer and PhD student Tara Konya works with her faculty mentor, Dr. Nancy Nelson Hodges, in the UNCG Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies. Her poster, “At the Intersection of Social...

Handheld biosensors to detect disease

Photography by Venky Kollu Writer and PhD candidate Taylor Mabe works with his faculty mentor Dr. Jianjun Wei in the UNCG Department of Nanoscience, part of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering....

Human Rights Paradox in U.S. History

“Permanent Premises of the International Criminal Court” by UN Photo/Rick Bajornas CC 2.0 Generic Writer and PhD candidate Joseph A. Ross works with his faculty mentor, Dr. Mark E. Elliott,...

Video: On race and power

“‘Race’ is a function of power. Power is created through performances. Every moment is a choice. We can choose to act deliberately, intentionally, or not. “So I ask you. What...

Video: Why UNCG? A graduate student perspective

Grad student Angela Larsen explains why UNCG was the perfect place to pursue her PhD. Larsen, who looks at how individual behaviors of cotton rats create population level impacts and change community...
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