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JUDAISM SCHOLAR TO GIVE TATE LECTURE

   October 7, 2019

Eva Mroczek, an associate professor of religious studies at the University of California, Davis, will deliver the 2019 Alice Tate Lecture in Judaic Studies. Her presentation, “Out of the Caves: Manuscript Discovery and New Biblical Pasts,” is scheduled for 4 p.m., Monday, Oct. 21, in the Rowe Arts Building, Room 130.

In her lecture, Mroczek will discuss how tales of hidden knowledge...

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GLOBAL THOUGHT LEADER TO DISCUSS STRATEGIC DIVERSITY

   October 3, 2019

Damon Williams, a recognized expert on strategic diversity leadership and youth development, will speak at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Popp Martin Student Union Theater. This presentation, which is open to students, faculty and staff, is sponsored by the ...

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ACCLAIMED FILMMAKER AND HISTORIAN HENRY LOUIS GATES TO SPEAK

   September 27, 2019

Henry Louis Gates Jr., the Emmy award-winning filmmaker, historian and literary scholar, will deliver the 2019 Chancellor’s Speaker Series presentation, part of the annual UNC Charlotte Civic Series presented by Bank of America. 

His talk is scheduled for 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the Cone University Center, McKnight Hall. ...

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THEATRE DEPARTMENT TO PRESENT ‘DETROIT ’67’

   September 27, 2019

The Department of Theatre will present “Detroit ’67,” a play by Dominique Morisseau, Sept. 27 through Oct. 3, in the Black Box Theatre in Robinson Hall.

Detroit ’67” will be presented in a staged reading, with full set...

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ACTIVIST AND YOUTUBE STAR TYLER OAKLEY TO SPEAK

   September 25, 2019

Tyler Oakley, an American content creator, LGBTQ+ activist and New York Times best-selling author, will speak at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 1, in the Cone University Center, McKnight Hall, as part of the ...

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2019 Progress Report Campus Diversity, Access, and Inclusion

   August 14, 2019

 

The 2019 Progress Report for the UNC Charlotte Campus Plan for Diversity, Access, and Inclusion is now available.  The report describes our progress toward the seven objectives of the Plan. 

Data are presented here to illustrate work in progress, achievements, and areas for improvement as we strive to create a strong, diverse and inclusive campus that is...

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HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE RECOGNIZED FOR DIVERSITY/INCLUSION EFFORTS

   July 18, 2019

UNC Charlotte’s Office of Housing and Residence Life recently received the inaugural Assessment and Impact Award presented by Skyfactor Benchworks at the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International Conference and Expo in Toronto, Canada.

Skyfactor Benchworks, which provides student affairs and academic assessments to colleges and universities, praised the...

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PROFESSOR'S WORK IN GROUP EXHIBITION IN KUWAIT

Work by fibers professor Mary Tuma is in a group show in Kuwait.
   July 7, 2019

Nothing to Write Home About (2018), a group exhibition at the KIPCO Mall in Kuwait, includes an installation by Mary Tuma, associate professor of fibers in the Department of Art & Art History. The exhibition, curated by Rana Sadik, presents works from Sadik's personal art collection produced by seven global artists.  

Tuma's Internal Systems 3 (2008), which...

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EDUCATION ALUMNA NAMED COASTAL CAROLINA PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR

   June 21, 2019

Cato College of Education alumna Tiffany Hollis ’17, an assistant professor at Coastal Carolina University, was recently named that institution’s 2019 Professor of the Year. Hollis earned a Ph.D. in Curriculum and...

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FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE FULL PROFESSOR IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AT UNCC

   June 21, 2019

Dr. Gloria D. Campbell-Whatley, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, came to Charlotte in 2003.  She is employed at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte (UNC Charlotte).  Dr. Campbell-Whatley received her BA from Dillard University, her MA from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and her doctorate from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.  She was previously employed at Indiana...

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