The Faculty-Undergraduate Summer Engagement (FUSE) program at UNG continues to grow; this summer's program will consist of 10 projects, comprising 7 disciplines and 3 campuses, and will give students graduate-level research experience.
The newest addition to UNG's athletic programs – women's track and field – will participate in its first official competition on Feb. 26 in Columbus, Georgia at the Adonica Ferguson Relays.
This spring the University of North Georgia (UNG) started teaching Farsi, an addition that raises the number of foreign languages currently offered at UNG to 11, with a 12th to start soon.
More than $250,000 will support various faculty and staff projects and initiatives in 2017 at UNG, marking the fourth year of the Presidential Initiative Awards program, instituted by UNG President Bonita C. Jacobs in 2013.
Starting with founding her own campus group, Rachel Glazer ’16 focused her time at UNG on changing hearts and minds.
Cameron Harper is living proof that knowing more people on campus can shape your future.
Responsible for teaching pediatric physical therapy, Terrie Millard serves in the DPT program here at UNG.
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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