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Political Science professor publishes timely new book

Dr. Pryby and cover of his book Rich Voter, Poor Voter, Red Voter, Blue Voter

Working-class Whites surprised everyone in the 2016 election, right? News programs touted the unexpected proportion who voted for then-candidate Trump, making the difference in states like Pennsylvania and Michigan. But if you go back to 2000 as the Clinton era ended, says professor of political science Charles Prysby, a shift … Continued

MPA program boasts 90 percent job placement rate

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For the past two years, UNC Greensboro’s Master of Public Affairs (MPA) program has boasted a job placement rate of over 90 percent among recent graduates. MPA graduates have been finding success in city governments and nonprofit organizations across the Triad and beyond. Offered by the Political Science department, the … Continued

Meet SGA President Austin Moore

Austin Moore in a face mask

Austin Moore Since 1914, UNC Greensboro’s Student Government Association (SGA) has made an impact on the campus community by serving as a voice for the student body. This year has presented an entirely new challenge for SGA: How can you engage and advocate for students during a socially-distanced semester? When senior political science … Continued

A Spartan Family: Five siblings thrive at UNCG

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This semester marks a unique milestone for the Woods family: their fifth and youngest member, Benjamin, starts his first year at UNC Greensboro as a computer science major. He follows in the footsteps of his four older siblings: Tabitha ‘17, Philip ‘18, Sarah, a consumer apparel and retail studies major, … Continued