An op ed by History faculty member Karen L. Cox that appeared in The New York Times on Oct. 3, 2012, titled "We're Here, We're Queer, Y'all," was listed as one of the Five Best Thursday Columns by the Atlantic Wire.
The Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, together with ESRI – a leading geographic information systems (GIS) company, is […]
UNC Charlotte will host a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, “Computer Simulations in the Humanities.” Both local […]
An article from the summer 2010 issue of Exchange magazine UNC Charlotte professor Michael Klibanov uses mathematics to see through walls. […]
Charlotte’s growing international profile now includes educational and cultural outreach to China, thanks to a partnership between […]
A nationally recognized author and UNC Charlotte alumna will continue her visit at UNC Charlotte on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012 with a public lecture and classroom visits. Stephanie Powell Watts started her visit on Oct. 3 with a workshop with students. She guided students through a writing exercise, disucssed her writing process and provided tips on writing submissions to journals and other publications.
The Department of Special Education and Child Development is hosting its annual Child and Family Development Conference March 22-23, […]
Addison Hodge, a senior in international studies, spent a month in the summer of 2010 with his fellow Model United Nations teammates, living and working at a Haitian orphanage. He recounts his experience here and explains how the trip changed his life.
An article from the summer 2010 issue of Exchange magazine It is 6 p.m. on a chilly Thursday night in October, and after finishing their […]
It may be news to its bankers, but Charlotte, the biggest city in North Carolina and a major center of the American financial industry, is […]