On Nov. 15, the University of North Georgia (UNG) welcomed experts in international trade and cadets from 11 different nations to its first-ever Economic Security Symposium to examine the question "In
The University of North Georgia (UNG) Press in collaboration with Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) has published and provided a variety of open online resources for students in the past, and has rece
More than a dozen undergraduates from UNG traveled to Milledgeville, Georgia to present original research at the 5th Annual Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference (GURC).
Last year, to address the growing needs of the regional business community and professionals, the University of North Georgia's (UNG) Mike Cottrell College of Business expanded its Cottrell Master of
The University System of Georgia's African-American Male Initiative (AAMI) will fund a course this spring at UNG aimed at helping African-American male students develop greater communication, decision
This past month, UNG's Department of English held its first conference in partnership with the Atlanta Shakespeare and Resurgens Theatre companies. The occasion commemorated the 400th anniversary of t
The Gainesville Theater Alliance (GTA) will present Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" Nov. 8-19 in Brenau University's Hosch Theatre.
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.
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.
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 athleti
On Tuesday, Aug. 2, UNG will host a summer commencement ceremony celebrating more than 400 graduating students and featuring an address from Dr. Victoria Hightower, assistant professor of history at U
The University of North Georgia (UNG) held a ceremonial groundbreaking celebration on June 3 on the site located just off Morrison Moore Parkway in Dahlonega, Georgia, where the 3,600-seat, multifunct
Dozens of community members joined faculty, staff and students on Nov. 2 in UNG's Department of Physical Therapy to learn about and celebrate the opening of a student-led clinic and two cutting-edge r
For the second time in three years, the federal Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) program is backing a partnership between UNG and area schools to strengthen student achievement in science, th
The University System of Georgia (USG) is a proud participant of International Fraud Awareness Week, Nov. 13-19, and in support of this effort, the University of North Georgia (UNG) is hosting worksho
The University of North Georgia (UNG) has received a $10,000 grant from the national Olmsted Foundation to fund overseas travel and cultural immersion opportunities for commissioning cadets.
UNG has been named to The 2017 Military Friendly Schools list, an annual collection compiled by Victory Media, which publishes G.I. Jobs magazine and other publications for military personnel transiti
The University of North Georgia (UNG) will honor veterans during a certificate presentation, military review, and parade on Friday, Nov. 11 on the university's Dahlonega Campus. The event is free and
On Nov. 5, the Georgia Military Veterans Hall of Fame will induct 17 new members, including retired Lt. Gen. Burton D. Patrick, a 1957 graduate of UNG.
Dezmone Valentine, a senior majoring in middle-grades education at UNG, has been awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad during spring 2017, when she will travel to Val
This summer, Kelly Reid, Cheyne Jones and Peyton King – all three minoring in German – were the first University of North Georgia (UNG) students to enroll at the Goethe-Institut, the premiere global G
The opportunities for expanding global knowledge at UNG continue to grow as new programs are added. During the 2015-16 academic year, some 380 UNG students participated in study abroad and internation
The University of North Georgia's (UNG) Enactus team, a student organization that strives to make the world a better place by applying an entrepreneurial attitude to community service, was recently aw
Heather Korey, a student specializing in avian biology at the University of North Georgia (UNG), has received a $982 grant for undergraduate research from the Georgia Ornithological Society (GOS).
University of North Georgia (UNG) information systems student Andrew Miller and computer science professor Dr. Bryson Payne were presented with the Best Paper Award at the annual Conference on Cyberse
Emily Rutledge, a sophomore at the University of North Georgia (UNG) and long-time member of the Future Farmers of America (FFA), received the American FFA Degree in Indianapolis, Indiana on Oct. 22 f
University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Director of Economic Development, Tate O’Rouke, has been appointed to the Northeast Georgia Regional Commission (NEGRC) by Governor Nathan Deal.
A new physical therapy clinic on UNG's Dahlonega Campus is serving the community while offering students in the university's Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program real-world experience.
Funded by $1,498,134 from the U.S. Department of Education's High School Equivalency Program (HEP), the University of North Georgia (UNG) will launch its own five-year HEP that will enable 50 migrants
Cameron Harper stepped off of his first-ever airplane flight into heavy humidity, unaware of how his weeklong service-learning adventure in the Dominican Republic would shape his life and hundreds of
Students and faculty from the Appalachian Studies Center at the University of North Georgia (UNG) are traveling to Washington D.C. for the fifth year in a row to present their art-based research on tr
A 170-year-old grist mill in Hall County and a structure key to Lumpkin County's gold-mining history are among the area sites where archaeology students at the University of North Georgia (UNG) are wo
From a single egg of a parasitic wasp, thousands of offspring are produced, including the different castes of soldiers and queens. But what genes are responsible for this fascinating process?
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