UNCG Campus Weekly

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UNCG Newsmakers: June 2018

Whether researchers with timely insights or students with outstanding stories, members of the UNCG community appear in print, web and broadcast media every day. Here is a sampling of UNCG-related stories in the news and media in the month of June:

  • Dr. Kim Sousa-Peoples was interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education for a story on freshman retention. The article. (Note: subscriber-exclusive content)
  • Dr. Olav Rueppel’s study of insect self-sacrifice was featured in Popular Science.
  • Dr. Denise Cote-Arsenault spoke to NationSwell for a piece about modern ways of coping with pregnancy loss.
  • The News & Record talked to Dr. John Nowlin about using geology to find the best wine planting spots. The N&R article.
  • Dr. Thom Little talked to WFMY about a new House Bill to put voter ID issues on the ballot. The News2 piece.
  • Dr. Arielle Kuperberg spoke on marriage success for a piece in New York Magazine.
  • Dr. Shawn Ricks spoke to the WS Chronicle about suicide prevention and mental health. The article in the Chronicle.