Master of Urban Design Program Director David Walters was highlighted in Creative Loafing May 29.
WFAE reported on a recycling robot created by UNC Charlotte engineering students to support the zero-waste initiative at Jerry Richardson Stadium on May 29.
A UNC Charlotte study on homelessness was cited in the Guardian on May 28.
Engineering Professors John Daniels and Brett Tempest, along with Chris Hardin, UNC Charlotte affiliated engineer and fellow, discussed repurposing coal ash on WFAE May 22.
Hardin commented on coal ash use at the airport on WCNC May 21.
Social Work Professor Lori Thomas and Ashley Williams Clark fromt the Urban Institute spoke with WFAE on housing the homeless and Moore Place May 19.
UNC Charlotte's Collegiate Recovery Community was touted as a model for other campuses participating in Governor McCrory's new substance abuse task force, as reported by the Winston-Salem Journal and Daily Reflector May 13.
Track athlete and Levine Scholar alumna Jasmine Patterson '14, was honored with the Conference USA Spirit of Service Award, as reported by Lake Norman News May 16.
WBTV aired a story on commencement and UNC Charlotte's 3,600 graduates on May 10.
The Charlotte Observer published a story on the Levine Scholars inaugural graduating class on May 9.
UNC Charlotte Sustainability Officer Mike Lizotte participated on a panel discussing plastics and the environment on WFAE, which aired May 9.
College of Computing and Informatics Dean Yi Deng, College of Health and Human Services Dean Nancy Fey-Yensan and Belk College of Business Dean Steve Ott shared their viewpoint on Big Data in the Charlotte Business Journal May 9.
College of Education Dean Ellen McIntyre spoke to WCCB on the decline in students majoring in education and the diversity gap in teachers on May 7.
McIntyre was interviewed by WBTV on the decline in students majoring in education May 5.
Psychology Professor Eric Heggestad was quoted in a LiveScience article published May 2 on personality traits that are advantageous in the workplace.
Articles on the Charlotte Venture Challenge, a competition hosted by UNC Charlotte's on-campus business incubator Ventureprise, appeared in the Charlotte Observer May 2 and Examiner.com on May 5.
Public Policy Professor Martha Kropf spoke to WCCBMay 1 about changes at the polls that voters can expect this year.
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