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December 19, 2022
A new, brightly-colored bench that now sits outside the Elliot University Center is the culmination of a four-year project for Community and Therapeutic Recreation (CTR) alumna Claire Corrigan.
December 8, 2022
When David Miller was medically retired from the Marine Corps, he lost a core part of his identity. At UNCG, he’s found a new way to serve, delving into research on veteran mental health.
December 7, 2022
UNCG researchers and their collaborators have received approximately $500,000 to study the impacts of COVID on student learning. The funding is part of the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and North Carolina Collaboratory’s $6.73 million investment in 20 projects rooted at universities across North Carolina.
December 7, 2022
In today’s growing market of esports, video gaming tournaments are garnering viewership that rivals that of the NFL. Video gaming is no longer a newcomer to the sporting world, but rather a thriving industry with job opportunities that have grown over 100 percent since 2020.
December 7, 2022
Maddy Gilhool’s work ethic has led to a stand-out career with the UNCG Women’s Soccer team and a full-time job upon graduation as a Parks and Recreation Management major. Her passion for connectivity and community make her an inspiring leader.
December 7, 2022
UNCG’s Network for the Cultural Study of Videogaming (NCSV) connects cross-disciplinary faculty and students from across campus and beyond, creating a hub of research and learning around video games and their cultures.Our events, programming, and curriculum place UNCG at the forefront of this cultural landscape.
December 6, 2022
Subtlety, humor, empathy, and accuracy are often difficult to convey when interpreting from one language to another. Juliette Vayer will tell you that these key skills in American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, along with advocating for the Deaf community, are part of what compelled her to earn her Bachelor of Science in Interpreting, Deaf Education, and Advocacy (IDEAS) from the School of Education this December. UNCG’s program is the only public four-year program of its kind in North Carolina.
December 6, 2022
The Seeker Rescue Fund at UNC Greensboro will provide relief to students whose education may be at risk due to a short-term lack of resources. Susan Seeker Jones ’78 and Jim Jones Jr. hope that their $125,000 gift will inspire others to support UNCG’s scholars.


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