To bolster the number and ability of STEM-prepared secondary education teachers in north Georgia, UNG will launch a cross-department collaboration this year backed by a $74,979 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Fall sports at UNG are fast approaching, and this spring the university will welcome its newest athletics program, women's track and field. The addition of women's track and field brings UNG's athletic programs to 13 intercollegiate sports, and is the 10th wom
To give students, faculty and staff of UNG greater control over personal safety while on campus, the university's Department of Public Safety has released the Nighthawks Guardian app.
With the influx of 221 new recruits who have completed the traditional FROG Week training at the University of North Georgia (UNG), the Corps of Cadets strength stands at 775 as the fall semester begins.
Katayoun Mobasher enjoys interdisciplinary studies where she can combine geology knowledge and background with GIS and remote sensing technologies as well as medical and health related fields.
Orientation leader Courtney Hall enjoys helping new students find as much to love about UNG as she has.
Brent Allison researched Japanese anime to find out how he can improve both the learning of students and the teaching methods of teachers.
The experience of working in a reference library motivated Nash to pursue library science as a career. It's a perfect fit, as she loves learning new things.
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