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Hope Springs Eternal in UNCG Photography Faculty’s Art

UNCG photography associate professor Leah Sobsey crushes flowers for anthotype photography.

With plants collected by famed poets Emily Dickinson and Henry David Thoreau and unique 19th century photography techniques, UNCG’s Leah Sobsey explores the past, present, and potential futures of plants endangered by climate change.

Alumni House Reservations Open

Overhead view of the UNCG Alumni House.

Anyone who wishes to hold an event at the Alumni House during the 2024-25 fiscal year may reserve the space beginning on March 15.

UNCG Faculty Member Sheds Light on Need for Jet Lag Research

Athletes run along the track with the setting sun behind them.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Kinesiology William Adams regularly works with athletes vying for Olympic and Paralympic medals. He’s put out the call for research that could help athletes with visual impairments adapt to a critical part of the Games – long-distance travel.

Coach Breneman Achieves 500 Wins

UNCG Softball Coach Janelle Breneman holds a dog on the softball field.

The softball team swept Elon in a doubleheader on Saturday, earning Head Coach Janelle Breneman this new achievement in her career.

Funding Friday: Farm Resilience and Lithium

A UNCG faculty member and student work with plants in the greenhouse.

Nearly two dozen funding announcements support faculty’s efforts to better understand topics such as anticancer leads, childhood obesity risks, and outdoor recreation.