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.
UNG student awarded Udall scholarship April 14, 2014 John Dees, a junior majoring in environmental and spatial analysis at the University of North Georgia (UNG), has been selected to receive an Udall Scholarship, one of only 50 in the nation.
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.
Using satellites to seek missing airliner March 27, 2014 In recent weeks, a multitude of different technologies have been used in attempts to locate Malaysian Airlines flight 370 (MH370), which disappeared on March 8. Chris Strother and Zac Miller, two experts from the University of North Georgia's Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis (IESA), explain satellite technology and remote sensing and how both have been used in the search for MH370.
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