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Alumna Grows Interest in Food Issues

Soul Food: Exploring New South Food

Garden to Showcase Native Flora, Sustainable Practices

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

Communication Studies Faculty, Team Win Regional Emmy

Middle Class Meltdown

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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.


Center City Literary Festival to Feature Authors, Performers

Soul Food: National Author, Diverse Panels to Explore New South Food

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Foodies, farmers, educators and advocates will explore these and more “farm to table” and sustainability questions during a community discussion of “Soul Food: A Contemporary And Historical Exploration of New South Food” on Thursday, October 2 at UNC Charlotte Center City, 320 E. Ninth St.

Biology Major Overcomes Obstacles; Earns GSK Opportunity Scholarship

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UNC Charlotte biology major Kayla Kinard has defeated struggles and overcome obstacles that could have stopped her in her mission for an education. Instead, she has found her efforts rewarded with one of six GSK Opportunity Scholarships, awarded to students who have conquered adversity to pursue education.

Confronting The Meltdown of America’s Middle Class

As Graduate Life Fellows, CLAS Students to Help Make Connections

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Two College of Liberal Arts & Sciences students are among the seven leaders chosen as Graduate Life Fellows for the 2014-15 academic year. They are Kristen Reynolds, a master’s student in English and Alyssa Vela, a doctoral student in health psychology, chosen from 45 applicants.

Competing for Global Talent: Research Shows Factors Affecting Immigrant Labor

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As competition for talent heats up worldwide, UNC Charlotte researcher Qingfang Wang has identified critical factors that appear to give some communities a competitive edge. Wang’s research considers highly skilled immigrants and immigrant entrepreneurs – what attracts them, what fosters their growth and what deters them from fully using their skills and knowledge.

Researcher Works to Improve Vaccine Efficacy Using Statistical Methods

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Rapidly changing and sometimes deadly viruses create critical public health risks – and a challenge for researchers working on vaccines. UNC Charlotte researcher Yanqing Sun has accepted that challenge. For over a decade, she has collaborated with other researchers on vaccine efficacy studies, including ones looking at HIV vaccines.

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SPSS II – Restructuring and Managing Data
September 18, 2014 3:00 PM
College of Education Lab 007
Middle Class Meltdown: Personally Speaking Talk
September 18, 2014 6:30 PM
UNC Charlotte Center City, 320 E. Ninth Street, Charlotte
Geocoding with ArcGIS
September 19, 2014 10:00 AM
McEniry 420
Data Mining: Data Preparation and Data Analysis
September 19, 2014 1:00 PM
McEniry 420
Children’s Program “Seeds on the Move”
September 21, 2014 1:30 PM
McMillan Greenhouse