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Govan, Wu Receive 2022-23 Graduate School Awards

   September 25, 2023

The 2022-23 Thomas L. Reynolds Leadership award recipients, originally announced in May, were honored Sept. 20 in a reception held in the Student Union Art Gallery. ...

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Sifting Through History

A North Carolina archaeological dig unearths new knowledge about early 20th-century Black education
   September 21, 2023

Growing up in Mississippi, Camille Richardson witnessed the telling and retelling of the tragic story of a family member who perished when the Ku Klux Klan firebombed his home. 

“While saving his family from the fire, he didn’t make it out,” Richardson said. “My mother first told me the story when I was very young. That’s one thing that has always remained with me.” 

While the...

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Research Reveals Boosting Strategies that Mitigate Risks of COVID-19 in Cancer Patients

   September 21, 2023

For many, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic seems over. However, for patients whose immune systems are compromised by cancer or by cancer therapies, fear of COVID-19 infection and severe disease remains very real.

Currently, CDC guidance recommends that immunocompromised patients receive COVID-19 booster shots “as needed.” While this flexibility is useful for patients with complex...

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Mentor Training for Graduate Faculty Offered Nov. 3

Curriculum comes from the Center for the Improvement of the Mentored Experience in Research (CIMER)
   September 14, 2023

The Graduate School will offer Mentor Training for graduate faculty Nov. 3, 9:00-4:00. The session will be held in the Student Union, Room 200.

The session, based on the Center for the Improvement of the Mentored Experience in Research (CIMER), is highly...

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UNC Charlotte Receives $500,000 NSF Grant to Revolutionize STEM Graduate Training in Communication

The project aims to help STEM graduate students translate research to non-specialists audiences.
   September 14, 2023

UNC Charlotte was recently awarded a three-year National Science Foundation Innovations in Graduate Education grant of approximately $...

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UNC Charlotte Graduate Enrollment Soars to New Heights

Master’s degree enrollment +5.2% - Charlotte’s largest master’s-level student population
   September 13, 2023

UNC Charlotte’s graduate enrollment set several records this fall – reaching a total enrollment of 6,317 students – as the University recorded a near-record total enrollment of...

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Adam Reitzel with de Silva award in 2022 and students surrounding him

Nominations Sought for First Citizens Bank Scholars and Harshini de Silva Graduate Mentor Awards

   September 11, 2023

The Graduate School currently seeks nominations for the 2024 First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal. This award recognizes a senior...

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Faculty Fellow for Grant Writing Position

The Graduate and Postdoctoral Writing Center seeks a faculty fellow.
   August 31, 2023

The Graduate and Postdoctoral Writing Center is a new initiative created through a collaboration among the Graduate School, the Division of Research and the Writing Resources Center....

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Diving Deep for Clues that Lead to the Origins of Life on Earth

Diving deep for clues to the origins of life on Earth — and possible solutions to climate change
   August 28, 2023

Above the still crystal-clear blue waters of Mexico’s Lake Bacalar lies one of the world’s largest formations of modern microbialites. Cenote Azul was discovered recently by a team of international researchers that includes UNC Charlotte’s Richard Allen White III, a computational...

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New Levels of Research Awards and Expenditures

UNC Charlotte hits new levels of research awards and expenditures
   August 25, 2023

Research activity at UNC Charlotte reached record-breaking heights in 2022-23 with new awards totaling $73.2 million, while expenditures topped an all-time high of $55.2 million. These achievements represent growth of 27.7% and 18.7%, respectively, over last year. 

The University’s progress reflects purposeful steps taken by the Division of Research to...

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