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Are All Online Degrees Credible?

February 10, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

Not all online degrees are created equal. With so many programs available, finding the right one can be overwhelming. How do you find a quality program among so many options? 

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Signs an Online Degree Isn't the Real Deal

September 30, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

If an online degree sounds too good to be true, how do you know for certain? With so many online programs available, you can find a reputable one if you know what to look for.

According to U.S. News & World Report, prospective students looking for quality education should watch out for red

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Dance Director Gains Skills, Strategy, and Support from EdD program

July 18, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

Kristi Johnson doesn’t consider herself the traditional kinesiology student. She’s in her third year of the online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD) at UNC Greensboro, but as a director of dance, her background is in a field that typically aligns itself with theater and music.

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Find Your Learning Community—Online

April 23, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

When Samira Khan began an online graduate degree program at UNC Greensboro, she wasn’t sure what to expect of online learning.

She soon found she was part of an online community where she never felt alone.

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Research in Iraq Puts BLS Grad on Path to Her Future

April 04, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

This past summer, Noor Ghazi traveled to Mosul, Iraq, to see firsthand the effects of ISIS in her home country.

Ghazi says the experience she had in the online Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BLS) at UNC Greensboro helped shape the idea for the trip

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UNCG TEDx Event Features Online Alumni

April 02, 2019 by Karen Grossman |
TEDxUNCGreensboro is much like TED Talks you may have heard, but features speakers with a UNC Greensboro connection. Nine speakers who are faculty, current students, or alumni will participate in the event on Friday, April 12, 5-8 p.m. at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. 

The independently

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Not Your Typical College Literature Course

April 01, 2019 by Mandy Byrd |

When Jay Parr was selecting titles for his Banned Books course, he wanted to offer students something different. So he stayed away from “obvious choices” on the American Library Association’s banned books list and dug deeper.

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