Affordable and Healthy Homes in North Carolina

Healthy, affordable housing is in short supply in North Carolina, and demand is rising. A new BlueCross BlueShield of NC Foundation report by UNCG Center for Housing and Community Studies’ Dr....

Supporting teachers with tech: bug-in-ear coaching

Repost from UNCG News You may be familiar with the inner ear speaker that newscasters use to receive cues from the producer. You may also know about the speakers inside NFL quarterbacks’ helmets...

Susan Andreatta will receive honor

Repost from UNCG News In March, Professor of Anthropology Susan Andreatta will receive an award from one of the most prominent anthropological societies in the nation, the Society for Applied Anthropology...

Upcoming internal deadlines, workshops, and events

This list includes workshops, dates and events related to research and community engagement, particularly those offered by offices within the Office of Research and Engagement (ORE). More may be added...

FY20 Second Quarter Awards & Submissions

New Awards FY20 2nd Quarter Continuing Awards FY20 2nd Quarter Submissions FY20 2nd Quarter New Awards New awards separated by school/college. Listings by total anticipated award amount, name of...

RISE: Dark Matter talk in January

The RISE Network will host an exciting talk on January 27, 2020, by Dr. Danielle H. Speller, a postdoctoral associate in experimental physics at Yale University. The talk is free and open to the public,...