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Speaking science

Dr. Lucía Méndez holds up a tablet.

Dr. Lucía Méndez’ $1.6 million Bilingualtek project integrates language and science instruction to support young dual-language learners.

Funding Friday: antifungal therapy and machine learning

Students pose among plants inside a greenhouse.

Funding for new and continuing projects by UNCG faculty will support initiatives such as future medical treatment, violence intervention and prevention, and more accessible education opportunities for children dealing with homelessness.

Research Excellence winners of 2023 announced

2023 Research Excellence Awards winners, Dr. Christian Moraru and Dr. Louis-Marie Bobay.

Dr. Christian Moraru’s expertise in English literature is internationally renowned; Dr. Louis-Marie Bobby is a pioneer in genome evolution and the distinguishing of bacterial species.

Alumna studies a critical window of time in childhood

Dr. Nicole Perry, alumna of Human Development and Family Studies, plays with her son in her lab.

Nicole Perry explores the connection between children’s emotions and their adult caregivers. She delves into the research into a defining point in a child’s development, and how UNCG helps satisfy her curiosity.

Students to shine at Graduate and Creativity Showcase

Graduate student Kayla Baker presents her research at Research and Creativity Showcase.

The 11th annual Graduate Research and Creativity Showcase “Scholarship That Matters” will be held Tuesday, April 4. Graduate students will present their accomplishments and communicate their research and creative activities to the public.

abstract to actual

Librarians stand with Fulton County Library System banner Let's Move in Libraries

The School of Education’s Impact through Innovation program gives faculty and students the initial nurturing, guidance and seed funding to take their research from idea to fruition.

Goddard Jones longlisted for The Story Prize

Book cover for Holly Goddard Jones.

From the dystopian to the mundane – Holly Goddard Jones’ new short story collection ties disparate tales together through a commitment to character and capturing the texture of everyday life.