Debbie Nestvogel and Matt Jones spent the summer designing a new type of store for the Salvation Army as their undergraduate honors thesis in interior architecture. They and dozens of other students have worked this semester to make that vision a reality. The store opened Friday. Read more about the Salvation Army SELECT store.
Debbie Nestvogel applies a coat of paint in the Salvation Army SELECT store.
An interdisciplinary team of UNCG researchers, including nutrition faculty member Cheryl Lovelady and her students, has found that nursing mothers can reduce their bone density loss through exercise, a finding that one day could help protect against osteoporosis. Read more about bone density research.
The Class of 1959 has presented the School of Human Environmental Sciences with more than $400,000, the largest class gift in the school's history. Giving by HES alumnae made up more than half of the entire university's class gift. Read more about the class gift.
The Community Collaborative, a program of the Center for New North Carolinians, is helping a group of immigrants, most of whom are refugees, start new lives despite the worst economy in decades. Read more about the Community Collaborative.