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RFP Announced for 2015-16 Community-Based Research Grants

Community-Based Research Grant Proposals are Due April 12th, 2015

The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Office, and The Graduate School are pleased to offer grants supporting community-based research teams of faculty and students. The community-based research (CBR) initiation grant supports proposals that represent collaborative partnerships among community partner, student, and faculty teams. Projects should … Continued

Degrees Matter! will expand services with Belk Endowment grant

The Charlotte-based charitable foundation awarded $125,000 to Degrees Matter!, a community partnership that is housed within the UNCG Office of Research and Economic Development.

A UNCG-led effort to increase the number of adults in Greensboro and High Point with college degrees just got a major boost from the John M. Belk Endowment. The Charlotte-based charitable foundation awarded $125,000 to Degrees Matter!, a community partnership that is housed within the UNCG Office of Research and Economic Development. … Continued

CFRN Summer Funding for Interdisciplinary Research

CFRN accepting proposals for summer 2015 interdisciplinary research

The UNCG Child and Family Research Network has $4000.00 available for summer salary/research support for the month of June, 2015.  The goal of this funding is to facilitate interdisciplinary faculty research that will increase external funding.  The funding will be awarded to one team of researchers and may be used for … Continued

Funding Opportunity for Global Service-Learning

Do you represent a first-generation or minority-serving institution (MSI)? Are you working to advance intercultural competence, civic engagement, and/or global learning through summer 2015 programming? Would you like to be able to compare your students’ global learning outcomes with other institutions? Would you like to participate in a community of … Continued

Service-Learning Seminars, Grants

Two service-learning related professional development seminars are on tap in coming weeks: “Reflection 101: Using reflection to enhance learning in service-learning courses.” Wednesday Jan. 21, 4 – 5 p.m., McIver 140 This workshop is designed for faculty and staff teaching service-learning courses. It will cover reflection models, best practices, assignments, … Continued

Project Provides Training for Early Childhood Teachers

UNCG File Photo — Dr. Deborah Cassidy, UNCG professor of Human Development and Family Studies, visits with children at UNCG’s North Drive Child Care Center. Cassidy is director of the NC Rated License Assessment Project, which rates the quality of family child care homes/programs across the state. Professionals who work … Continued

School of Education Earns $7.7 Million Technology Grant

UNCG’s School of Education has been awarded a five-year, $7.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant will further UNCG’s efforts to emphasize technology integration across all teaching fields as well as recruit, train and support more Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)  teachers. The grant was … Continued