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Funding for Community Based Research

The application for Community Based Research (CBR) Grants is now available. The CBR Grants are funded by the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning (OLSL), Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office (URSCO), and the Graduate School. February 14: General URCA proposals supporting projects in Summer 2016 Globally Engaged URCA proposals supporting … Continued

The Center for New North Carolinians Receives Funding for Two Projects

Dr. Holly Sienkiewicz, ORED – The Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC), received funding for two different projects. First, funding was received from The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro for the project titled “Language Interpretation for Code Enforcement.” CNNC will provide interpretation services to accompany city inspectors to home visits. … Continued

Partnerhship between JSNN and Georgia Tech Receives NSF Funding

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The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), an academic collaboration between UNCG and NC A&T, is one of the 16 programs across the nation to receive funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to drive innovation in nanoscale science, engineering and technology.   JSNN has teamed up with Georgia … Continued

“Degrees Matter” Receives Funding

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Dr. Stephen Moore, Office of Research and Economic Development, received a continuation of funding from The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro for “Degrees Matter.” The grant will provide coordination for volunteers who will assist the “Degrees Matter” program with coaching adults who wish to return to post-secondary education to complete … Continued

CHCS Receives Funding for Segmentation Study

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Dr. Stephen Sills, Center for Housing and Community Studies, received new funding from the City of High Point for a “Housing Market Segmentation Study for the City of High Point.” Market segmentation is a process of analysis that divides an area by natural geographic bounds as well as by demographic, … Continued

Partnership with Guilford County and Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools Receives Funding

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Dr. Karen Wixson (School of Education) received a continuation of funding for more than $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education for the project “Transforming Teaching through Technology (TTtT).” Transforming Teaching through Technology, a Teacher Quality Partnership project of UNCG in partnership with Guilford County Schools and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County … Continued

Call for Applications: 2015-16 Publicly Active Graduate Education Fellows

Imagining America invites graduate students from UNCG with a demonstrated interest in public scholarship and/or artistic practice to apply for a 2015-2016 PAGE Fellowship.

PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) is Imagining America’s network for publicly engaged graduate students in humanities, arts, and design. PAGE enhances the theoretical and practical tools for public engagement; fosters a national, interdisciplinary community of peers and veteran scholars; and creates opportunities for collaborative knowledge production. The PAGE consortium, made … Continued

Service-Learning Faculty: Hire A Student Reflection Leader!

The application is now open for 2015-16 Student Reflection Leaders, hosted by the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning. Faculty can request a Student Reflection Leader (SRL) through the OLSL to help facilitate the reflection portion of a service-learning course. SRLs are trained and paid by the OLSL. Both the faculty … Continued