You may not realize that UNC Greensboro is a National Science Foundation I-Corps designated university. This brings great potential value to UNCG students and faculty. What is the purpose NSF I-Corps? The National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) is a federally funded program to help prepare researchers to extend their focus beyond the university and […]

The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced on July 29, 2021 that it is investing $20 million in a collaborative effort to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to transform adult learning in STEM fields. Led by the Georgia Research Alliance, the effort unites experts in computer science, AI, cognitive science, learning science, and education from Arizona State […]

The Smiley Award supports global educational opportunities for current undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Education (SOE) at UNC Greensboro. SOE students who serve as outstanding Global Education Ambassadors through international or local engagement are encouraged to apply each Spring, particularly students who demonstrate leadership, innovation, and impact in both international and local […]

UNC Greensboro’s Thomas Undergraduate Research Expo took place on April 19th, which included honoring the faculty mentors who have helped and inspired students along the way, engaging them in real-world scholarship and helping them fine-tune their research skills. For the Thomas Undergraduate Research Mentor Award, faculty members were honored in three categories: non-tenure track, pre-tenure, […]

Beginning graduate school during the COVID-19 pandemic is certainly challenging for all students, but likely even more challenging for international students. Charity Odetola is one of the first-year graduate students who started her study in the Department of Educational Research Methodology (ERM) in Fall 2020. Originally from Nigeria, Charity grew up in Senegal, then came […]