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Research to advance study of leader effectiveness in online settings

A Center for Leadership Science interdisciplinary research team is receiving a $692,881 federal grant to discover new ways to enhance leader and team effectiveness in online environments, using artificial intelligence technologies and diverse fields of expertise.

‘STAR-STUDDED’ STUDENT-ATHLETES ELECTED TO 49ERS HALL OF FAME

PORTAL: Fostering innovation, collaboration to power the future

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NCInnovation awards pilot grants to two Charlotte researchers

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School of Data Science to launch Ph.D. program, formally joins College of Computing and Informatics

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Emily Makaš, associate professor of architectural history, is a recipient of a 2024 grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced…

Families, friends and staff recently gathered in Cone University Center’s McKnight Hall to celebrate Niner University Elementary’s first class of…

UNC Charlotte’s 49er Rocketry Club placed third overall in the 2024 NASA Student Launch Competition held at Marshall Space Flight…

Denise Balfour Simpson was named associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students at UNC Charlotte following a…

UNC Charlotte’s men’s intramural disc golf team won the Professional Disc Golf Association’s National College Championship held early this semester…

Technology can be useful, but it can open the door to problems. UNC Charlotte researchers Dongsong Zhang and Lina Zhou are leaders in research…

When families with low and moderate incomes can rent single-family homes in communities zoned for higher quality schools, their children…

Greg Verret has been appointed associate vice chancellor for finance, following a national search. His appointment is effective June 1….

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