Johan Enslin, director of the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC), has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He was recognized for his contributions to the integration of renewable energy into power networks and using power electronics.
In honor of National Public Health Week, which is April 1-7, the College of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health Sciences will host the presentation "Mission to Health: Gifts from the Poor" at 7 p.m., Monday, April 1, in the Student Union Movie Theater.
UNC Charlotte’s Storrs Gallery will host an exhibition of art proposed for Charlotte Area Transit System’s Blue Line light rail extension starting Monday, Jan. 14.
This display, which will be exhibited through Thursday, Feb. 28, will be the first opportunity for the public to view the proposed works. In 2009, 16 artists were selected to integrate art into the light rail system.
A new face in the Chancellor’s Office arrives Monday, Jan. 14. Alan Shoho will spend the spring semester on campus as part of a fellowship experience through the American Council on Education (ACE). As an ACE Fellow, he will be mentored by Chancellor Philip L. Dubois and Provost Joan Lorden, and he will be an active participant in many high-level administrative functions of the University.
As 2013 gets under way, 10 UNC Charlotte alumni were sworn into offices at the national and state level. They join hundreds of alums in public service at the local level across North Carolina and in other states.
During 2012, the campus had a reduction in the number of total reported workplace incidents/injuries, according to the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S). In an effort to continue this trend for 2013, the office has compiled a number of injury-related facts and prevention resources.
As part of the University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Jeremiah Dew will perform his one-man show “One Voice: A Black History Narrative” at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 17,in the Student Union Multipurpose Room.
John Beale, ambassador of Barbados, and Gilles Noghès, ambassador of Monaco, will speak at 3:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 11, in the J. Murrey Atkins Library, Halton Reading Room, as part of the fifth annual International Speaker Series.
The exhibit “Archetypal Dysfunction,” featuring works by local artist Pam Winegard, will open Wednesday, Jan. 16, in the Student Union Art Gallery. An opening reception is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 23.
Camps on Campus, the University's summer programs of academic enrichment camps for children and young people in rising grades one through 12, will embark on its 13th year in 2013. Click here to view this year’s schedule of 52 offerings.
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