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Spring 2009

Film and fantasy

Years ago, young Renaldo Kuhler retreated into an imaginary, illustrated world. Now his private universe — captured in a documentary by Brett Ingram — is ready for visitors. Read more about the film and the attention it's getting.

Artist Renaldo Kuhler, captured in an image by Brett Ingram. Ingram's feature-length documentary, 'Roccaterrania,' explores Kuhler's artistic world.

Artist Renaldo Kuhler, captured in an image by Brett Ingram. Ingram's feature-length documentary, “Roccaterrania,” explores Kuhler's artistic world.


Theatre gets best revenge

UNCG Theatre took its edgy adaptation of “The Revenger's Tragedy” on the road to Washington, D.C. At the request of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, no less. Read more about the honor and changes coming for the Department of Theatre.

The science of teaching

One short year. One long to-do list. Dr. William J. Gerace, who is the Helena Gabriel Houston Distinguished Professor for Science Education, is hoping to improve the numbers of teachers and the quality of education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related fields. No small feat. Read more about the need for STEM teachers and how UNCG is trying to help.

Moving psychology

There's more help than you might realize at the corner of Tate and Market. The UNCG Psychology Clinic has moved to its new, more easily accessible home at 1100 W. Market Street. Read more about what the clinic has to offer.

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