Bruchok joins FM as director of capital projectsDate Published: June 25, 2018
Bart Bruchok from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Orlando, Florida, has joined the Facilities Management Department as director of capital projects.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management Phil Jones stated, “Bart comes to us with a wealth of experience in facilities management, construction management and leadership.”
College focuses on experiential learning to improve student outcomesDate Published: June 25, 2018
As part of an effort to advance experiential learning for students, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences faculty and staff learned best practices during a recent two-day workshop with Worcester Polytechnic Institute facilitators.
‘Spotlight 2018’ to feature alumni, student artDate Published: June 22, 2018
The UNC Charlotte Alumni Association is hosting “Spotlight 2018,” a display of alumni and student art at C3 Lab in South End.
This inaugural exhibit, which opens Thursday, June 28, is being curated by a panel of UNC Charlotte alumni.
Using Duo to be required beginning January 2019Date Published: June 22, 2018
Effective Jan. 31, 2019, all University employees (full-time, part-time, adjunct faculty, student employees) will be required to use Duo two-factor authentication to access all University single sign-on systems. These include Gmail, NinerNet, Canvas and My UNC Charlotte.
Transforming Sunlight into EnergyDate Published: June 21, 2018
For most people, the summer solstice is just another long, hot summer day, but for the solar industry it marks the day with the most potential sunlight and, more importantly, the day with the most potential to generate solar energy.
Engineering students to compete in national concrete canoe contestDate Published: June 21, 2018
A team of Lee College of Engineering students will join competitors from around the world at the 31st annual National Concrete Canoe Competition, being held June 23-25 at San Diego State University.
Halton Lane, SAC handicapped lot to close temporarilyDate Published: June 20, 2018
Halton Lane and the handicapped lot near the Barnhardt Student Activity Center will be closed from Monday, June 25, through Saturday, June 30, for construction related to the cell tower upgrade project.
Expect heavy construction equipment and personnel in the area. All pedestrian traffic will be diverted from this work area. Barricades will be erected and signage posted.
Academic Affairs staff member Keisha Martin has diedDate Published: June 19, 2018
Keisha Martin, an administrative support associate in the Office of Academic Affairs, died on June 13.
Syracuse’s Chris Fuller joins Charlotte 49ers athleticsDate Published: June 19, 2018
Syracuse University Deputy Athletics Director for External Operations Chris Fuller will become the Charlotte 49ers’ Deputy Athletics Director for External Affairs, beginning in July.
Play directed by theatre professor earns Chicago accoladesDate Published: June 19, 2018
A Chicago production of Cordelia Lynn's play “Lela & Co.,” directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Robin Witt, has received three Joseph Jefferson (Jeff) Awards honoring non-Equity Chicago theatre.