The gold steeple atop Price Memorial Hall on the Dahlonega Campus now shines brighter thanks to a new covering of gold leaf that was applied this summer.
UNG jumped up four spots on the U.S. News and World Report 2020 Best Colleges list released Sept. 9, ranking 16th among all public regional universities in the South.
UNG made an economic impact of more than $667 million on northeast Georgia during fiscal year 2018, an increase of some $47 million over the previous year, according to data released Aug. 20.
Former Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has joined UNG as a Regents faculty member.
In 1959, French President Charles De Gaulle presented Georgia native Eugene Bullard with the French Legion of Honor, the highest national military award given by the French government, for his service as an aviator.
On the last day of classes of the spring 2019 semester at UNG, Haley Shea Barfield cried tears of joy after reading an email telling her she had won the Barry Goldwater Scholarship.
Dr. Ramneet Kaur and her UNG research student Sidhika Sharma, a May 2019 graduate who earned a degree in biology with a minor in chemistry, published a manuscript about breast cancer research in the journal Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry.
Dr. Katayoun Mobasher, a professor in the Lewis F. Rogers Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis at UNG, and Dr. Jerry Allison, professor of chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, were awarded a summer Presidential Incentive Award to investigate the geology of Elachee Nature Science Center through geochemical and petrographic analyses of rock outcrops.
Every year, Ron Wallace heads to UNG to award a scholarship to a member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) student chapter.
For his final project before retirement as assistant head of the physics department, professor emeritus Dr. JB Sharma assembled a team of UNG faculty, staff and students to aid his cutting-edge research on drone mapping.