Native Woodland Garden opens at UNG December 2, 2013 A walkthrough garden showcasing species of plant life native to the Southeast opened recently at the University of North Georgia.
UNG graduates continue their research November 4, 2013 Whether working to understand the creation and behavior of stars or learning how viruses bond to antibodies to potentially help in the fight against cancer, graduates of the University of North Georgia (UNG) are taking strides in research begun as undergraduates at UNG.
Poultry Science at UNG October 23, 2013 Georgia is the top producer of broilers, chickens raised specifically for meat production, in the U.S., and Gainesville, Ga., is often referred to as "The Poultry Capital of the World" due to its large and robust poultry industry. Recently, the U.S. Poultry Foundation awarded a $3,100 grant to the Poultry Science program at the University of North Georgia (UNG) to support efforts to recruit students into this field. Linda Purvis, biology and poultry science instructor, talks about the grant and how it supports recruitment, and how the program supports the poultry industry.
Professor brings T-Rex into the classroom October 8, 2013 Was Tyrannosaurus Rex the most dangerous predator of all time, or simply a big, fearsome scavenger? Students of Dr. Randy May at UNG are seeking to answer that question, which is part of an ongoing paleontological debate.