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Is your great idea a business opportunity?

March 16, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

You think you have a great idea to start a small business. Does it have the potential for lasting financial success?

“We all have great ideas. They’re not all opportunities,” says Dr. Dianne Welsh

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Make the Most of Your Time — Earn Your Bachelor's Online

March 15, 2020 by Mandy Byrd |

Want to make the most of your time at home? Work toward your bachelor’s degree with UNC Greensboro. Here are 5 big benefits of our online programs.

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Now is the Time to Earn Your Master's Degree

March 15, 2020 by Mandy Byrd |

Make the most of your time at home and start working toward your master’s degree. Here’s why you should consider an online program from UNCG.

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Facilitate Peace with the MA in Peace and Conflict Studies

March 11, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

Michele Gregory oversees 500 cases as a Spanish-speaking Medicaid case worker. In UNC Greensboro’s online MA in Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS) program, she’s gaining not only knowledge that will help her on the job and beyond, but also an understanding of the families she serves.

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Customize a Career in Gerontology with Specialized Courses

March 06, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

An undergraduate course in 2017 introduced Hunter Ledford to gerontology. “That’s kind of what opened my eyes to the aging population and got me interested in the master’s of gerontology,” he says.

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Nonprofit Management Certificate Opens Doors

March 04, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

When Alexandra Arpajian earned her bachelor’s degree in music performance, she started taking many opportunities that came her way. While it was nice to take the time to figure out her niche, she experienced a lot of rejection.

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Books by Peace and Conflict Studies Faculty

March 03, 2020 by Mandy Byrd |

War, peace, and human nature. The burden of democracy. Identity, rights, and awareness.

These are just a few of the topics explored in books written by faculty in UNC Greensboro’s Department of Peace and Conflict Studies.

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