Monthly Archives: April 2011

Dr. Rick Bunch, seated in chair, and his team - Anna Tapp, Alex Sinykin and Matt Catanzarite - went into various areas of North Carolina to collect signal strength and see how well their theories matched up with reality.


If you live in Greensboro having access to wireless broadband internet is a no-brainer. YouTube Facebook online classes – no problem. But what if you…



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SERVE Center wins $1.9 million to continue study of early colleges

 A groundbreaking study of North Carolina’s early college high schools by SERVE Center at UNCG will continue thanks to a new three-year $1.9 million grant…




Home at last

 The bright sunny day felt like a good omen. After months of working through all kinds of weather the people who had swung hammers wielded…




Emerging Technologies Expert Mostafa Analoui Visits Greensboro

On April 12 2011 the Greensboro Partnership hosted its Q1 Life Science Executive Roundtable in partnership with the NC Biotechnology Center at the Proximity Hotel. 



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Leading the way: UNCG introduces new food policy think tank

UNCG professors Marianne LeGreco and Susan Andreatta are pioneering a fresh idea among universities. This fall they will launch a year-long Food Policy Think Tank…




Woman of science

After six years of service in the military Jennifer Flynn ’10 realized she had a love for chemistry. Then she found her passion studying liquid…





Being an entrepreneur just got easier thanks to students like Alison Weeks. On any given weekday Alison a first-year MBA student in the Bryan School…



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Ziehl-Abegg Announces New Manufacturing Operations in Greensboro, Will Create 52 Jobs

 Ziehl-Abegg a global leader in industrial fans drives and control technology with North American headquarters in Greensboro has announced plans to establish manufacturing operations in…



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Outreach theatre

Phoebe Dillard plays the witch as Hansel (Cameron Prevatte) and Gretel (Emily Flanagan) sleep in the production of “Hansel and Gretel” staged by the North…



Practical Caring

UNCG Professor, Greensboro minister take self-sufficiency to the streets

A Jewish professor from New York state meets an African-American trucking manager from Charleston South Carolina on a basketball court. The men become friends launch…