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UNG students earn full ride to graduate school

John Dees and Melinda Johnson, both of whom graduated this spring from the University of North Georgia (UNG), have accepted graduate school offers from major universities that include five years of tuition coverage and annual stipends totaling $580,000.

UNG sponsors environmentally focused film festival

The Lewis F. Rogers Institute for Environmental & Spatial Analysis (IESA) at the University of North Georgia (UNG) will be sponsoring the annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival on May 30 in Gainesville, Georgia. The event, held in partnership with Brenau University and the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, is a reflection of IESA's core mission to promote environmental education.

Janisse Ray, winner of American Book Award, to speak at UNG

The University of North Georgia's (UNG) Lewis F. Rogers Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis will host award-winning author, naturalist and UNG alumna Janisse Ray on April 15.

IESA creates tool for Gainesville to drive economic development

Faculty and students in the Lewis F. Rogers Institute for Environmental & Spatial Analysis (IESA) at the University of North Georgia (UNG) have created a web-based map that enables the city of Gainesville to promote downtown business space and support the community’s economic development efforts.

UNG president invests in faculty and staff development, innovation projects

In continuation of an internal grants program created in 2013 to encourage innovation and the pursuit of scholarly and creative activities, University of North Georgia (UNG) President Bonita C. Jacobs has presented awards valued at more than $300,000 to fund 32 faculty and staff proposals for professional development and research projects.

 

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