News at UNG
Nursing team aids impoverished in Dominican Republic
June 24, 2014
Working in school buildings and one-room churches, nursing faculty and students from the University of North Georgia faced challenging conditions to provide healthcare services in the Dominican Republic.
Criminal justice students contribute to society through research
June 19, 2014
Two students were recently recognized for their work in the education of inmates, supporting a key component of the University of North Georgia's criminal justice degree program by pursuing student-driven research.
Center provides chance to hear top leaders
May 23, 2014
Dozens of University of North Georgia business students and community business leaders attended the 2014 Leadercast, which featured Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient for his work in opposing apartheid in South Africa, former First Lady Laura Bush, and "Braveheart" screenwriter Randall Wallace.
PT students offer aid in Dominican Republic
May 5, 2014
At several small health centers in La Romana, the third-largest city in the Dominican Republic, nine physical therapy students from the University of North Georgia and Dr. Phillip Palmer, associate professor of physical therapy, spent their spring break providing services to orphans and citizens living in poverty.
Professors work to better science education
April 24, 2014
Two science education professors at the University of North Georgia are combining lessons on educational methods and science content into one course that stresses inquiry-based learning for both student teachers and the sixth-graders in their Earth science lessons.
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