URSCO Donor Carolyn Styron Thomas ’54 Highlighted by University Advancement On April 4, Elliot University Center will be illuminated with a colorful array of displays fine-tuned for the 13th Annual Carolyn & Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo (Thomas Expo). Posters, projects, and presentations from more than 200 pupils will give but a glimpse into recent discoveries made by UNC Greensboro learners. Unknowingly, the young researchers may also present to the showcase funder, alumna Carolyn Thomas ’54.

$200,000 Mellon Grant to Transform Humanities The grant, “Transforming Undergraduate Education at a Minority Serving Institution: Integrating Interdisciplinary Research Across the Humanities,” from the Mellon Foundation, will support undergraduate research, community-engaged work, and professional development.

URSCO Fall 2018 Recap Newsletter

UNCG Undergrads Making News

  • Growing Plants on Mars – Biochemistry majors, Alena Jones and Ibe Iloghalu, working with Dean John Kiss on growing plants in reduced gravity conditions were featured on a Fox News 8 segment.

Click the banner above to visit our new page for Maximizing Access to Research Careers Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research (MARC U-STAR) Fellowship program. MARC U-STAR is supported by the National Institutes of Health and offers talented students underrepresented in the biomedical and behavioral sciences an opportunity to improve their preparation for high-caliber graduate training by providing the experiences and relationships needed to pursue your career ambitions.

By Sangeetha Shivaji / November 29, 2018

Daydreaming Styles and Brain Functional Connectivity

Recent graduate Dahlia Alharoon – who earned a degree in psychology with a minor in Spanish – used fMRI to...

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By Sangeetha Shivaji / November 29, 2018

Photoactive Drugs As Anticancer Agents

 Repost from UNCG Now. UNC Greensboro undergraduate Evan Bradner’s interest in medicine began at a young age, during an...

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