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Women in Science Making a Difference at UNCG

UNCG professor Lenka Shriver talks to student Jenna Copley beside a computer.

Women across UNCG are involved in scientific research on a daily basis. Five faculty in the School of Health and Human Sciences talk about their projects, what inspires them, and share tips for those looking to break into the field.


Help for Healing from Past Relationship Abuse 

Christine Murray

UNCG Professor Christine Murray has launched a unique survivor-focused, online tool for people who have experienced domestic abuse called The Source for Survivors. Her goal: create a space that encourages community and support for domestic abuse survivors on a long-term healing journey.


UNCG Selected For Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification

UNCG campus with Carnegie Classification logo

UNC Greensboro has once again received the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. The elective designation from the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Carnegie Foundation indicates institutional commitment to community engagement and is currently held by 368 campuses.


UNCG Undergraduates Gain Transferable Skills at Conferences

A group of individuals stand outdoors wearing name badges.

Each year, UNCG undergraduates travel across the country to present the results of their research or scholarship – an activity that can hone professional and personal strengths. UNCG’s Dr. Lee Phillips provides tips for students looking to participate in conferences.


UNCG’s Mobile Unit Helps Families in the Aftermath of a Crisis

A woman in a blue shirt speaks with two other individuals wearing race bibs.

The CYFCP’s NC Enhanced Mobile Crisis Unit works closely with North Carolina families in the aftermath of a crisis involving a young person. Their team of clinicians and community members bring empathy and expertise to their conversations with families.