University of North Georgia’s (UNG) College of Education has become the first university in Georgia to feature the International Baccalaureate (IB) Educator Certificate in Teaching and Learning as part of its teacher education program.
Like any other college student studying a foreign language, UNG Cadet Nikolas Blanks knows that cultural immersion is critical for learning, but cost can sometime be a deterrent.
Dr. Bonita C. Jacobs, president of the University of North Georgia (UNG), will speak Oct. 28 at the North Georgia Regional Education Summit, where she will provide the welcome address and provide an update on UNG and the University System of Georgia (USG).
Shannon Coulombe, a 2016 graduate of UNG, advanced to the second round of selection for the NCAA Woman of the Year, joining just 142 women in the nation for the honor.
Kastner believes dedication, effort and teamwork go a long way in developing an organization and its culture and you have to be involved to be part of those things.
For Kelly Dahlin, teaching English as a Second Language courses combines all of her favorite activities: meeting people from around the world, exchanging cultures, and learning language.
Sarah Formica, an associate professor of physics, has received multiple awards for her contributions to her field, including the Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair.
Campbell finds working with first-year students interesting and enjoyable because he gets to guide them through the first year of college and they teach him how to alter instruction methods to accommo
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