UNCG biology and chemistry researchers find that increasingly popular African grain exhibits antioxidant activity in human cells, adding to evidence of health benefits.
The Chancellor and his wife held formal events to meet with representatives of the UNCG student body, embracing the chance to socialize and gain a deeper understanding of what they want in their college experience.
Photographers will collect “day in the life” shots of UNCG. Until October 4, Faculty and staff can submit requests for events and other picture-perfect moments they know are happening during the week of October 15-21.
All faculty and staff are invited to hear Chancellor Gilliam address the campus on October 3 and hear more about the state of UNCG and what to expect in the future.
It’s no secret that a teacher shortage is taking a toll on schools nationwide. A partnership with UNC Greensboro aims to help Guilford County Schools close the gap locally by getting beginning math and science teachers without education degrees off to a good start.
The populated rubrics will now be shared on October 6. The Provost’s Office is offering several training sessions to help all University stakeholders understand the methodology.
This concentration within the College of Arts and Sciences can be a path to a career with law enforcement, the courts, or victim and restorative justice services.
This scholarship fund promotes development for permanent, full-time staff employees of the UNC System. The application deadline is September 30.
With the passing of the state budget, UNCG employees now know what to expect for raises, incentives, and funding for various University programs.
Betty Wall Forrest ’75 talks about what inspired her to support students with this gift to the Light the Way campaign.