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Communication Studies Faculty, Team Win Regional Emmy

Center for the Study of the New South Hosts "Real Talk" Conversations

Personally Speaking Authors Series Offers Diverse Topics

Alumna Grows Interest in Food Issues

Garden to Showcase Native Flora, Sustainable Practices

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The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, cognizant of its history as the foundational college at UNC Charlotte, North Carolina’s urban research university, advances the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge in the traditional areas of liberal arts and sciences and in emerging areas of study.


81-Year-Old Sociology Major Completes Degree, Says It Is Never Too Late to Learn

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UNC Charlotte graduate Barbara Coberly offers testament to the age-old saying that it is never to late to learn something new, as she completes her bachelor’s degree in sociology at age 81.

100 Word Film Festival Chooses Student’s Films For Screening

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The annual 100 Word Film Festival challenges talented filmmakers from around the world to deliver compelling tales using exactly 100 words. The strict parameters are not easy to work with, but UNC Charlotte student and filmmaker Mark Borja took on the challenge, with two films chosen for screening at the Nov. 22 festival.

UNC Charlotte Ph.D. Student’s Writing Weaves Stories of People’s Lives

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History is woven from the threads of people’s lives. For UNC Charlotte student, writer, researcher and historian Chuck McShane, the ability to tease out one thread has led to another, and another, and yet another – resulting in a book, magazine articles and academic research projects.

UNC Charlotte Team Advances to National Ethics Tournament

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In a competition designed to grow students’ knowledge in practical and professional ethics, a UNC Charlotte team placed second in the Regional Ethics Bowl Tournament at Clemson University on November 15, advancing to the national tournament.

Researcher Warns of Drug That Can Sidestep Regulation, Result in Death

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UNC Charlotte researcher John Stogner is sounding the alarm about a drug that is 5 to 15 times stronger than heroin -- and escapes detection on drug screens unless doctors specifically look for it.

Student with Visual Impairment Joins in Exploration of New Culture

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Imagine studying abroad as a visually impaired student -- learning about new cultures, languages and people, while adapting to an unfamiliar host university. This was UNC Charlotte psychology major Taneka Robertson’s experience this summer during a study abroad trip to Xiamen, China.

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Celebration of Faculty Achievement
December 18, 2014 12:00 PM
Harris Alumni Center at Johnson Glen
Beth Racine: Food Issues Presentation
January 14, 2015 12:30 PM
Cone University Center 111