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UNCG Camp Helps Build Communication Through Horses

A large group of people gather around a stuffed animal horse inside a stable.

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders camp for adults with aphasia at Horsepower Therapeutic Learning Center helped the participants improve their language abilities and try a unique experience with horses in the process. The camp is run by grad students, faculty, and staff, and enables the grad students to earn clinical hours.

2024 UNCG Research Magazine is Now Available Online

Dr. Gideon Wasserberg stands in the woods with three of his UNCG students holding nets.

An ambitious obesity study following kids from the womb to preschool, the art of Disney, social entrepreneurship improving lives across NC, cosmodernism, and chiggers and ticks and sand flies (oh my!). Explore our wide-ranging impact in the 2024 issue of UNCG Research magazine.

Pride and Poetry, According to Emilia Phillips

Person stands at a podium with a mic in a bookstore and addresses a seated crowd.

Emilia Phillips, professor of creative writing in the English department, published their fifth collection of poems this year and unveiled it at a book reading that celebrated the community of students and artists who inspire Phillips’ work.

Undergraduate Researchers Show Their Work at UNCG Expo

A woman walks past a line of poster boards displays in UNCG's Cone Ballroom.

Before the end of the academic year, UNCG students put their research out in front of the community at the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo, presenting what they’d learned in the humanities, arts, and STEM fields.