In the News

Stephanie Norander, Faculty. Communication Studies. March 04, 2022. Diverse Issues In Higher Education. "Women in Academia Examine Criticisms of Kamala Harris After a Year in Office".

Mark West, Faculty. English. February 16, 2022. Gotham Gazette. "The Other Theodore Roosevelt Statue at the American Museum of Natural History: A More Fitting Tribute to the Conservation President".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. February 16, 2022. WRAL. "North Carolina lawmakers release revised maps. Here’s what they look like".

Mark Wilson, Faculty. History. February 12, 2022. New York Times. "Can Democrats See What’s Coming? (by columnist Ezra Klein)".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. February 09, 2022. Asheville Citizen-Times. "Will Madison Cawthorn return to WNC? New districts could push congressman back west".

Kristina Bellamy, Alumni. Criminal Justice and Criminology. February 07, 2022. South Seattle Emerald. "Black History Today: Dr. Kristina Bellamy, Actualizing Her Dreams In Service Of Otehr".

Debra Smith, Faculty. Africana Studies. February 06, 2022. Q City Metro. "The Great 28: Black Charlotteans who are shaping our city".

Adrienne Threatt, Alumni. English. February 06, 2022. Q City Metro. "The Great 28: Black Charlotteans who are shaping our city".

Mark Wilson, Faculty. History. November 04, 2021. Politico Magazine. "Vaccine Manufacturers Are Profiteering. History Shows How to Stop Them.".

Elizabeth Delmelle, faculty. Geography & Earth Sciences. July 26, 2021. WFAE. "As lower-wage jobs move to the suburbs, how do residents fare financially?".

Erika Edwards, Faculty. History/Latin American Studies. June 24, 2021. Washington Post. "The history behind the removal of Argentina’s version of ‘Aunt Jemima’".

Erika Edwards, Faculty. History/Latin American Studies. May 31, 2021. The Guardian. "Time to Challenge Argentina’s White European Self-Image".

Andrea Badillo-Perez, Student. Biological Sciences. May 16, 2021. WCBD News 2. "UNC Charlotte graduate accepted to 10 top medical schools".

Drew Pescaro, Student. Communication Studies. May 14, 2021. WCNC. "Drew Pescaro graduates 2 years after surviving shooting at UNCC".

Shannon Reid, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. March 26, 2021. WJZY CBS17. "Feds: Ex-NC cop was in contact with right-wing leader who helped coordinate Capitol riot".

Amy Canevello, Faculty. Psychological Science. March 12, 2021. WIRED. "The Perplexing Psychology of Returning to ‘Normal’".

Karen L. Cox, Faculty. History. January 08, 2021. The New York Times. "What Trump Shares With the ‘Lost Cause’ of the Confederacy".

Shannon Reid, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. January 08, 2021. WIRED. "The DC Mobs Could Become a Mythologized Recruitment Tool".

Shannon Reid, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. January 07, 2021. WCNC. "Security concerns rise after chaos at the Capitol".

Karen L. Cox, Faculty. History. January 05, 2021. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "The Effort To Rename Streets That Honor White Supremacists".