As director of University Recreation, Jim Walczyk is responsible for all aspects of UNC Charlotte’s recreational programs and facilities. He has worked at the University for more than six years and has donated to Giving Green each year.
The inaugural Schul Forum Series, hosted by the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, will examine what remains of the Charlotte region’s ties between its rural areas and urban center and what can be done to revive them.
UNC Charlotte Votes, a student-led, nonpartisan initiative that is part of the 49er Democracy Experience, continues to encourage members of the campus community to register and vote early during upcoming elections.
Meetings consume much of employees’ workdays, but the quest should be to make them better. UNC Charlotte researcher Steven Rogelberg will share his insights during a Personally Speaking talk, set for Tuesday, Nov. 12, at UNC Charlotte Center City.
Hannah Landecker, director of the Institute for Society and Genetics at UCLA, will present “Eating History: Reading Epigenetic Science for a Metabolic Ethics” at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the Cone University Center, Room 210.
Transfer students are an important segment of the University’s undergraduate population. UNC Charlotte admits the highest number of transfer students in the entire UNC System. This past year, about 4,000 transfer students enrolled at UNC Charlotte and arrived on campus from community colleges and other institutions across the state and nation.
WSOC-TV reporter Joe Bruno is credited with breaking the news regarding election fraud in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District. He and producer, Mike Stolp, will visit campus to give an insider’s look at the investigation into falsified absentee ballots.
UNC Charlotte alumni whose careers span a broad spectrum of federal, state and local public service paths, including as elected officials, will kick off programming for the 49er Democracy Experience ahead of the 2020 election cycle and leading up to the Republican National Convention next summer in the Queen City.
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