In 2017, seven UNG students signed up for a new program in the College of Education to become teachers in Hall County Schools.
Students Roel Aguilar, Carlos Garcia and Juan Velasquez have established a chapter of Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc., at UNG’s Gainesville Campus.
Three students received a national scholarship aimed at providing students with first-hand exposure to and understanding of Asia and its people and cultures.
UNG was named one of 196 schools on the 2019-2020 Military Spouse Friendly Schools list.
When last year’s cohort of Blue Ridge Scholars learned that a majority of local third graders were not reading at grade level, they wanted to help kids improve on this essential skill.
More than 30 students from the Athens-Clarke County, Oconee County and Commerce City school systems took part in the inaugural Nighthawks Student Opportunities for Accelerated Readiness (SOAR) program on UNG’s Oconee Campus in June.
UNG’s Department of Nursing has been recognized nationally by two organizations for its highly successful Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.
Students in the first Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) cohort at UNG aim to combat a shortage of primary care physicians and tackle the growing complexity of health care with further training as they begin their coursework this fall.
For Keith Rider, a study on drums and chronic pain at UNG provided a welcome distraction from the pain he has carried for years.
In the mountains of Fannin County, UNG’s new standalone Blue Ridge Campus is taking shape.