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UNG students awarded two of 10 national Chinese scholarships

Two University of North Georgia students each have received a $10,000 Chinese Government Scholarship to study in China for a year. The scholarship is given to only 10 students nationally.

Students gain business experience in London

UNG students spent spring break in London, experiencing international commerce and a culture rich with global influences in the Mike Cottrell College of Business' flagship study abroad program.

Professor shares global business experience with colleagues, students

To provide a glimpse of Indian business education practices to her students and colleagues, Dr. Elisabeth Teal, associate professor of management in the Mike Cottrell College of Business at the University of North Georgia (UNG), traveled to New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, India, to exchange ideas and build relationships with business faculty in the region.

Series continues with film about basketball in Iran

A documentary that follows an American athlete playing basketball in Iran will kick off the second half of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, sponsored by the University of North Georgia and The Arts Council, Inc. The Feb. 10 film screening will be followed by an opportunity to meet the filmmakers.

UNG celebrates Asian partnerships

The University of North Georgia (UNG) celebrates the Chinese Year of the Horse by honoring the university's growing Chinese language program and international partnerships.