Mechanical MedicineDate Published: May 13, 2019
Engineering researchers use biomechanics to examine the effectiveness of knee implants.
Doctoral students celebrate ‘ultimate academic achievement’Date Published: May 10, 2019
Completing a doctorate is a major academic milestone that requires years of rigor and dedication. For the 74 individuals who participated in this year’s annual Doctoral Hooding Ceremony, May 9, the journey takes on even greater meaning.
Largest numbers yet participate in Alumni Association Commencement traditionsDate Published: May 10, 2019
This spring, the three pre-commencement events hosted by the UNC Charlotte Alumni Association—the 49er Ring, Donning of the Kente and Legacy Draping ceremonies—experienced some of their largest attendance numbers yet.
Retiring faculty recognized for 318 years of combined serviceDate Published: May 8, 2019
On April 25, 10 outstanding faculty members were honored for their service to UNC Charlotte as they join the ranks of retirees. Their combined 318 years of service range from 12 to 48 years.
2019 Commencement: A time to remember, a time to celebrateDate Published: May 7, 2019
For the roughly 4,800 students who could participate in UNC Charlotte’s 2019 Commencement, graduation takes on special meaning, given what transpired on campus April 30.
Niner Nation Remembers website launches, remembrance commission formedDate Published: May 6, 2019
UNC Charlotte has created the Niner Nation Remembers website as a way to honor Riley Howell and Ellis Reed Parlier and support the four other students who suffered injuries in the April 30 attack on campus.
Atkins Library reduced hours through May 12Date Published: May 3, 2019
Due to the change in exam schedules, Atkins Library is reducing hours of operation through the end of the academic year:
Academic Affairs releases final exam optionsDate Published: May 2, 2019
Due to the April 30 tragedy on campus, which occurred near the start of finals, the Office of Academic Affairs is providing two options for students to complete their courses for spring 2019.
Option 1: Students may forgo taking the final exam in any of their courses and accept their current course grade as their final grade.
A message from Chancellor Dubois to faculty and staffDate Published: May 2, 2019
Last night, all of you received the message that we would be returning to “regular operations” today. The use of the word “regular” was intentional, and a departure from our usual phrasing of returning to “normal operations” following a weather-related closing.