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Researcher Receives Highest Accolade

College Commencement Set for May 9

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Community Mourns Death of History Alumnus in Train Derailment

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Derrick Griffith, a UNC Charlotte alumnus who was completed his bachelor’s degree in history and was an outstanding student leader in […]

Michèle Bissière Receives Two Prestigious National and International Awards

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Michèle Bissière, associate professor of French in the Department of Languages and Culture Studies at UNC Charlotte, has received two prestigious national and international awards for her teaching and commitment to raising the prestige of French culture.

Air Force ROTC Students Receive Scholarships, Hold Annual Parade

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On April 23, Air Force ROTC hosted its annual Parade and Awards Ceremony in front of the Self Made Man statue at UNC Charlotte. This ceremony is rich in tradition as an opportunity for individuals to see the precise marching of military members.

Mellichamp Native Terrace Opens at UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens

Scholar Named Fellow at National Humanities Center

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UNC Charlotte researcher Akin Ogundiran has been named a Fellow at the National Humanities Center for the upcoming academic year. He will join 36 other distinguished scholars from 32 institutions across the United States and eight foreign countries working on a wide array of projects.

National Science Foundation Names Graduate Research Fellows

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Physics major Jennifer Kassel and mathematics and computer science major Jonathan Knighten have received two of the three National Science […]

Mukherjee Honored With Board of Governors’ Highest Faculty Accolade

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Distinguished cancer researcher Pinku Mukherjee was honored with the O. Max Gardner Award – the highest faculty accolade given by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina. She was presented the honor formally Friday, April 10.

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