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.
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
Dr. Neelofer Qadir named prestigious Career Enhancement Fellow
Dr. Neelofer Qadir, a UNC Greensboro professor of English, International and Global Studies, and African American and African Diaspora Studies, has been named a Career Enhancement Fellow by the Institute for Citizens and Scholars. The Career Enhancement Fellowship, funded by the Mellon Foundation and administered by Citizens & Scholars, seeks to increase the presence of
College of Arts & Sciences honors faculty and staff
On Monday, May 2, the College of Arts & Sciences held its annual End-of-Year celebration to honor faculty and staff for excellence in teaching, advising, service, and more. The event was held in Cone Ballroom with Dean John Z. Kiss delivering remarks. View photos from the event below. This year’s award recipients included: Retirees Ann
UNCG awarded first NSF major research instrumentation (MRI) grant
An interdisciplinary team of scientists at UNC Greensboro has been awarded the university’s first National Science Foundation (NSF) major research instrumentation (MRI) grant – totaling $642,892 – to install a high-powered micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) machine. The new X-ray based instrument, installed in March, will give scientists at UNCG and across the region the ability to
CAS faculty, staff honored for years of service
The College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) at UNC Greensboro will hold its annual end-of-year celebration on Monday, May 2, 2022 at 2 p.m. in the EUC’s Cone Ballroom. Among the many faculty and staff to be honored are those individuals celebrating a milestone for years of service. Please join CAS in honoring these individuals.
Faculty promotions and tenure announced
The following faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences were approved for promotion and tenure by the Board of Trustees on March 24, 2022. “This is a major milestone and accomplishment in our faculty’s academic careers,” said Dr. John Z. Kiss, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. “I extend my heartiest congratulations to them.”
Exhibit showcases 20 years of work by Stoel Burrowes
On February 24, the Department of Interior Architecture hosted a special exhibit of work by Stoel Burrowes, a fine woodworker, artist, and longtime UNC Greensboro lecturer. The exhibit sampled 20 years worth of work near UNCG, including handcrafted furniture, woodwork, and artwork depicting the space between life and death. Burrowes recently retired in 2020 and