The International Programs Center is pleased to announce an exciting partnership between UNCG’s School of Health & Human Services and School of Education and Universität Hamburg’s Faculty of Psychology & Human Movement Science and Faculty of Education. This new collaboration will not only explore global opportunities in joint research and lectures, but also facilitate opportunities […]

In partnership with Stellenbosch University, the International Programs Center has developed UNCG in South Africa – a novel initiative to support first year student success that will culminate in a summer study abroad program in Summer 2024. IPC’s very own Logan Stanfield (pictured left), Assistant Director of Study Abroad and Exchange, is spearheading the development […]

From March 23 to March 25, 2023, twenty-five UNCG students attended the Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) conference in Charlotte, NC. Model UN is a simulation of international diplomacy in which students represent UN Member States and negotiate resolutions to key problems in international relations. At this spring’s SRMUN, UNCG students represented six UN […]

The goals of Dr. Wen-Yi Wang’s visit include (a) analyzing the data and publishing the results based on her study on academic benefits of adding short physical activity breaks in elementary school mathematics lessons and (b) observing, experiencing, and assisting the Science of Essential Balance (SEB) project (PI: Ang Chen) in the Pedagogical Kinesiology Laboratory of the […]

Dr. Youngshin Park is a visiting scholar at UNCG for the period of February 4, 2019 to March 31, 2023.  Dr. Park has made numerous valuable contributions to the research enterprise at UNCG. For our NIH-funded R01 called Physical Activity and Alzheimer’s Disease – II, he took the lead on developing a completely contact-less cognitive testing […]

Dr. Stella de Lima Camargo joined Dr. Jonathan Chekan’s biochemistry lab as a postdoctoral scholar in Jan 2022. In the 6 months since she has been here, Stella has made impressive progress on her research project. Stella has been investigating the biosynthesis of cyclic peptides from plants. These molecules have promising biological properties including anti-viral or pain relief. In her short time, Stella has discovered that the […]

UNCG Partners with NC Global Leadership to Host 12 International Entrepreneurs through the US Department of State This spring, UNCG partnered with NC Global Leadership to host 12 international entrepreneurs through the US Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership program. The program entitled, “Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development: A Regional Project for the North East […]

IPC FUNDED AWARDS 2022-23 Congratulations to our Kohler Fund award recipients! This year, we celebrate the work of several faculty projects supported by the Kohler Award! The Kohler Award supports faculty in areas of research, teaching, student programs, special projects, and international linkages. Twenty-one faculty were funded a total of $22,000 in Kohler Awards this […]

Story Gallery: ‘Women, Life and Freedom’   Our special thanks to Weatherspoon Art Museum for sponsoring an ISA event called “Story Gallery”. We also like to invite your organizations to come visit this special story gallery concentrating on the ‘Women, Life and Freedom’ movement, supporting all the Iranian Women who are fighting for their rights.  […]

Tour Weatherspooon Art Museum Hi Dear fellow student leaders I am Gnananjali Ramineni, Student president of International students Association (ISA). I am happy to say that Weatherspoon art museum offered ISA a special tour of their museum on November 18th 2022, 2:00 PM. ISA is happy to extend this invitation to you. We invite one […]