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Pre-Dentistry Students Make a Shining Impact in Guatemala

Group of people in scrubs in Guatemala in front of mountains

Students who want to pursue a medical specialty, like dentistry, can find opportunities that not only give them real world experience in their chosen field but fill their desire to serve. Over the winter break, members of the UNCG chapter of VAW Global Health Alliance visited Guatemala to work in a dental clinic.

This summer, read a book by a UNCG faculty member

Compilation of book covers with"Books by UNCG CAS Faculty" overlayed

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 … Continued

UNCG receives national ranking for sociology master’s program

Foust academic building with Best Masters in Sociology badge

The sociology master’s program at UNC Greensboro has been ranked among the top 45 in the nation (no. 38) and the best such program with a criminology focus by Intelligent.com. Sociology is a discipline that investigates how cultural and institutional systems shape the world. Criminology is the study of criminal and deviant … Continued

Books published by College of Arts & Sciences faculty

Over the past year, faculty in UNC Greensboro’s College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) have published more than 25 books! From poetry to history – textbooks to social commentaries – this range of books represents the breadth and depth of scholarly activity across UNCG’s largest and most diverse academic unit. … Continued

Study sheds new light on how student loan debt affects graduates

students walk on campus

Researchers at UNC Greensboro and Rutgers University-Camden have released a report that sheds new light on how student loan debt affects the lives of college graduates over time. The researchers have been following students’ experiences with college debt since 2017, through a combination of extensive survey data and in-person interviews … Continued

Professor wins NSF grant to study impact of student loan debt

student in library

Dr. Arielle Kuperberg, a UNC Greensboro professor in Sociology and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, received a $360,228 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the impact of student loan debt on college graduates over time. She will be working in collaboration with Dr. Joan Mazelis, a sociology … Continued