UNG senior Heather Callahan-Williams is one of 20 honorees selected nationally for the 2019 Children’s Miracle Network Dance Marathon Distinguished Leadership Award.
For the first time, four faculty members in the Department of Psychological Science received American Psychological Association’s (APA) Summer Undergraduate Psychology Research Experience (SUPRE) grants.
UNG President Bonita Jacobs selected Mason Goad as the 2019-20 UNG Fellow to the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (CSPC).
Hosted by UNG’s Department of Communications, Media, and Journalism (CMJ), the Georgia Film Festival was held Sept. 20-21 in the Continuing Education and Performing Arts building on UNG’s Gainesville Campus.
As a way to teach UNG students about the history and politics of wars and how those interpretations have evolved over time in films, Dr. Lance Bardsley and Dan Cabaniss are collaborating to present the topic through an interdisciplinary learning community.
Dr. Chaudron Gille has been named provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs at UNG, President Bonita Jacobs announced Aug. 7.
Dr. Brett E. Morris was hired as the associate vice president for enrollment management at UNG.
UNG will collaborate with the Georgia FinTech Academy to train workers for the financial technology or “fintech” industry.
Dr. Cristina Washell, associate professor and coordinator of the elementary and special education program at UNG, was appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to the state Board of Early Care and Learning.
Three UNG students will have their education paid for plus an internship and a guaranteed job upon graduation thanks to the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship program.