In its second year, TEDxUNCCharlotte will host 14 speakers during the University’s independently organized TEDx event on Friday, March 27. Live talks will center on the theme, “Thinking Future. Thinking Forward.”
A book by UNC Charlotte History professor Christine Haynes has been chosen the best in modern French history (post 1815) over the previous two years, receiving the inaugural Weber Book Prize from the UCLA Department of History.
In a Feb. 4 Personally Speaking event, English professor Jennifer Munroe will talk about how to better understand the world of William Shakespeare's plays and the relationships depicted among the men, women, animals and plants of the playwright’s imaginings.
The Atkins Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee is sponsoring a University-wide book club that will focus on diversity and cultural topics to spark conversations around inclusivity, equity and awareness of human differences in today’s society.
The School of Architecture (SoA) recently renamed the newly renovated Storrs Lecture Hall, the Jack and Vada Boardman Auditorium, in recognition of the Boardman family’s generous funding of student scholarships.
UNC Charlotte has opened the Carolinas’ first School of Data Science. This interdisciplinary school allows UNC Charlotte to expand on its programs in the field and open up the growing and diverse field of data science to students with varied career interests.
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