FUSE research shows regional emphasis July 10, 2014 What do parasitic wasps, an abandoned cemetery, mockingbirds, and algae have in common? They all are local subjects of study this summer by teams of undergraduate students and faculty at UNG.
Instructor honored at White House May 8, 2014 Dr. Tom Purucker, an instructor at the University of North Georgia's Oconee Campus, was honored at the White House in April as a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on science and engineering professionals in the beginning stages of independent research careers.
Faculty, students create woodland garden April 28, 2014 Students, faculty and staff of the University of North Georgia gathered recently to welcome one of the newest additions to the Dahlonega Campus; the Native Woodland Garden, a collection of plants, trees and flowers native to the north Georgia region, constructed by faculty and students.
UNG research conference showcases student innovation April 11, 2014 Whether building a new cipher to safely encrypt sensitive text or mapping the North American speaking tour of British poet Matthew Arnold in the 1880s, research by University of North Georgia (UNG) students is already impacting their fields.
Summer Accel program is first in Georgia April 7, 2014 In a program that is the first of its kind in Georgia, the University of North Georgia (UNG) is offering a residential summer dual-enrollment program for high school students interested in language or science and mathematics. Tuition is paid by the state's Accel program, and JROTC students also could qualify for additional scholarship funds to study language.
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