Agile City, Winston-Salem, NC, recently announced the 9 winners of their Venture Winston Grants. Dr. Camila Pulgar Guzam from Salud Mental Health is part of the 25 finalists in Agile City’s inaugural program and has been selected as one of the $50,000 grant winners out of 1200 applications from 50 states and 22 countries.  Dr. […]

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 […]

Dr. DiAnne Borders, a faculty member in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, has worked on an innovation project called the Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC) for the last two years. Her goal was to enhance the quality and quantity of research being produced about clinical supervision as a method of training helping professionals. […]

Dr. Laura Gonzalez in the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education has a passion for helping Latinx youth make it to college. This led her to develop the So Much Potential: Tools for College Planning initiative. Her goal was to create supports for school counselors and other school personnel so that they could quickly […]

Impact Through Innovation (ITI) seeks to make SOE faculty and students change agents by promoting inventive solutions to the practical challenges faced by educational institutions, the individuals they serve, and the organizations with which they partner. The student innovation branch of this initiative, ITI Kickbox, is an innovation toolkit that was designed by Adobe to […]