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DR. GABRIELA STEIN WINS 2022 DEAN’S DIVERSITY AWARD
Dr. Gabriela Livas Stein, head of UNCG’s Psychology Department and director of the CAMINOS Lab, has been named the 2022 recipient of the Dean’s Award for the Promotion of Diversity and Inclusiveness. This award is presented annually to an individual, group of individuals, or department in the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) that exemplifies
ALUMNUS Q&A WITH PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR CHRIS BOUZANE
Recent graduate Chris Bouzane, BA ’22 in history and political science, was chosen to be among this year’s cohort of the highly competitive UNC Presidential Scholars Program. The Presidential Scholar program is designed to expose recent UNC System graduates to the full breadth of the System through a variety of functions inside and outside of
UNCG to host Linda Gradstein, award-winning NPR correspondent
Linda Gradstein, a longtime, award-winning NPR correspondent based in Jerusalem, will talk about Women in Israeli Society.
WOMEN’S, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES PROGRAM CELEBRATES 50 YEARS
On Thursday, September 22, UNC Greensboro’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) program marked the 50th anniversary of its establishment with a celebration at the Alumni House. Current and former students and faculty, friends, and administrators gathered to reflect on the program’s rich history and to celebrate a history-making gift by Claudia Kadis ’65. “For
Augmented reality for first responders nets $1.8M grant
Dr. Regis Kopper has received $1.8 million in National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) funding to develop augmented reality (AR) interfaces for use by first responders.
What’s new in the College of Arts & Sciences?
For the 2022-23 academic year, the College of Arts & Sciences is pleased to announce a number of new additions and changes, including new programs of study, new department heads, and improved student and faculty spaces. Read more about these changes: New Programs of Study Computer Science PhD Program: UNC Greensboro’s computer science PhD program starts
CAS students travel the globe over summer
Trips to London, Cádiz, and Rome. Research experiences in Tanzania, Israel, Mongolia, and the prairies of Kansas. Conferences in Illinois and Indiana. This summer, students in the College of Arts & Sciences expanded their knowledge, experience, and worldviews through faculty-led travel across the globe. See where their travels took them: Kea, Greece Led by Dr.
Welcome to new faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences
This 2022-23 academic year, the College of Arts & Sciences is pleased to welcome more than 30 new full-time faculty members. These professors bring a wealth of experience to the sciences, natural sciences, humanities, and mathematics. Learn more about a number of our new faculty members: Biology Kimberly Komatsu Associate Professor, Florence Schaeffer
Explore career opportunities in the College of Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) is the largest and most diverse academic unit at UNC Greensboro, encompassing the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics. Explore a range of opportunities to join this hub of intellectual activity and collaboration: Program Associate – African American & African Diaspora Studies Program Administrative Support Associate
This summer, read a book by a UNCG faculty member
Are you searching for a book to read this summer – one that will test your knowledge, challenge your perspective, or offer beautiful lyrics and prose? Look no further than this list of 24 books published by faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences over the past year. Maybe you’re looking for a book