A daylong conference will bring top experts to UNC Charlotte’s campus to discuss strategies to serve veterans transitioning from active military to civilian lives. "Military Culture: Have You Ever Served?" is free and open to the public and will be held Tuesday, March 1, at the UNC Charlotte Student Union; registration is available online.
CTI’s Exploding Canons: ¡NUEVOlution! is centered on the Museum’s new, groundbreaking exhibition: ¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South, opening Sept. 27.
Diversity and Design: Understanding Hidden Consequences, released this month by Routledge Press, features work by two professors in the UNC Charlotte School of Architecture. In 15 case studies, Diversity and Design investigates how gender, race, class, age, ethnicity, disability, and other factor
City Startup Labs (CSL) is establishing a Center of Excellence for Entrepreneurial Competency, Innovation and Leadership (CoE) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, in association with Ventureprise.
Nearly 550 new international students have begun their studies at UNC Charlotte, making this year’s class of incoming learners the University’s largest global contingent to enroll at the start of any semester.
In total, the University is hosting about 1,900 international students who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees or who are here for shorter cultural exchanges that is in addition to language training students. This places UNC Charlotte among the top 125 institutions in the United States in terms of international student enrollment.
UNC Charlotte is recruiting postdoctoral fellows to support its commitment to diversity, inclusion, and building a strong intellectual community of scholars from different backgrounds. The purpose of the MPFP is to support the early development of scholars who show promise of distinguished research careers and who are from historically underrepresented groups.
UNC Charlotte was one of three public universities cited by the Chronicle of Higher Education for making substantial progress in narrowing graduation gaps between students in underrepresented minority groups and white students.