Marching band performs in Bank of America StadiumDate Published: September 18, 2017
UNC Charlotte’s “Pride of Niner Nation” marching band performed during halftime of Sunday’s Carolina Panthers game in Bank of America Stadium.
Education professor awarded national fellowshipDate Published: September 18, 2017
Cato College of Education professor Ian Binns has been selected for a national fellowship made up of an interfaith group of clergy, scientists and writers who are committed to elevating the discourse surrounding religion and science.
Ceramic artist explores existence, eternityDate Published: September 18, 2017
Ceramic sculptures composing the “Allison Luce Collection” will be displayed through Friday, Sept. 29, in the Popp Martin Student Union Art Gallery. An artist reception will be from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 27. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.
MAX to host ourBRIDGE for KIDSDate Published: September 15, 2017
This fall, MAX, the UNC Charlotte College of Arts + Architecture Mobile Arts & Community Experience, will host programming for ourBRIDGE for KIDS, a local nonprofit organization that serves refugee children.
Global energy expert to speakDate Published: September 15, 2017
Bernard Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University (SMU), will give the talk "Maintaining a Diverse Portfolio: The Key to Global Energy Dominance” at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Atkins Library, Halton Reading Room, as part of the 2017-18 International Speaker Series.
Law professor to talk ‘Algorithmic Jim Crow’Date Published: September 15, 2017
Margaret Hu, associate professor of law at Washington and Lee University, will present the public presentation “Algorithmic Jim Crow” at 2 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Cone University Center, Room 113.
Lessons learned from a difficult periodDate Published: September 13, 2017
This month marks one year since a difficult and challenging time in the history of the University and the greater Charlotte community. The police-involved shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, which occurred about a mile from UNC Charlotte’s main campus, spurred civil unrest in the city, followed by peaceful demonstrations on campus. What lessons has the UNC Charlotte community learned during the year...
Convening powerDate Published: September 13, 2017
Wednesday, Sept. 20, is the one-year anniversary of the police-involved shooting of Keith Lamont Scott; his death resulted in civil unrest in Charlotte but peaceful demonstrations on campus. Community response to Scott’s death has sparked many conversations, including how Charlotte is addressing race and economic mobility. UNC Charlotte is sponsoring several events that provide opportunities to...
Join in UNC Charlotte’s Founders Celebration 2017Date Published: September 13, 2017
Football vs. Georgia State, Founders Fest, the kickoff for Giving Green, #NinerNationGives and regional alumni events are among the activities planned for the 2017 Founders Celebration, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, through Friday, Sept. 29.
Theatre Department to present ‘Baltimore’Date Published: September 13, 2017
The UNC Charlotte Department of Theatre will open its production of “Baltimore” at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts.
Written by Kirsten Greenidge, “Baltimore” is set on a college campus. A short play, it peers keenly into the lives pf present-day students as they grapple with a racially charged dorm room incident.