Alumna Receives National Art Educator Award

   April 13, 2023

Allison Petrauskas ’16 recently was awarded the New Professional Art Educator Award from the National Art Education Association.


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Master of Science in Mathematical Finance Makes Nation's Top Ten

   April 11, 2023

Charlotte’s ...

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Charlotte Earns Military Friendly School Gold Award

   April 10, 2023

For the second consecutive year, Charlotte has earned a Military Friendly School Gold Award for its commitment to military service members, veterans and their dependents.

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Charlotte Research Expenditures among Top Third in U.S., Led by Computer and Information Services

   April 6, 2023

In a recent National Science Foundation Higher Education Research and Development Survey, UNC Charlotte placed in the top three colleges and universities in the nation for fiscal research expenditures.

Expenditures for research have grown 87% since 2012, the survey said.

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Student presenting research at Diversity Scholars Forum

Research Spotlight: Inaugural Diversity Scholars Forum

The Forum is a graduate student research exhibition.
   April 5, 2023

The Diversity Scholars Forum held on Friday, March 24 showcased research that centers on diversity, equity, inclusion and justice issues related to the community - both on campus and in the greater Charlotte community. To showcase their work, amplify their voices and celebrate the value of diversity, student...

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Megan Mitchem

Seeing Science

Nontraditional Student Megan Mitchem is Changing the Face of Research Inside and Outside the Lab
   March 22, 2023

By Lynn Roberson

Megan Mitchem ’21, a UNC Charlotte doctoral student, volunteers in her son Anthony’s elementary school. When he was a third-grader, she displayed photos of individuals tending beehives, practicing karate and hiking on trails, to name a few.

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Award winners pose with plaques

Kirill Afonin, Margaret Quinlan Honored for Research and Mentoring Excellence

   March 16, 2023

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Engineered for Equity and Sustainability

Graduate Student Strives to Balance Technological Achievement with Societal Needs
   March 13, 2023

Currently pursuing his Ph.D. with a focus on Data Analytics and Higher Education, Yash Tadimalla recently returned from a trip to Cape Town, South Africa where he represented the World Student Platform for Engineering Education (SPEED) on the panel Engineering for Good - Peace & Humanitarian Engineering at the 2022 World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF).

The annual event is co-...

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Maher Wins National Women and Information Technology Research and Mentoring Award

   February 27, 2023

Mary Lou Maher, professor of software and information systems in the College of Computing and Informatics, recently was honored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology as the 2023 Harrold and Notkin Research and Graduate Mentoring Award recipient.

Maher is among the top  world...

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MBA alumnus Kwame Molden ’12 MBA

How Kwame Molden ’12 MBA built a best-selling national watch line with just $1,500.

   February 20, 2023

MBA alumnus Kwame Molden '12 found success as the co-founder of what has become a nationwide fashion brand in watches. Molden's ...

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