THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
- Mapping the spread of flu - Prof. Dan Janies is working on ways to using computing to map the spread of the flu.
- Niner Student Pantry - UNC Charlotte and Food Lion partner on tackling food insecurity.
- I.T. keeps changing - Yi Deng, dean of the College of Computing and Informatics, is the co-author of an op-ed about the changing definition and nature of information technology.
- Solutions for training, keeping teachers - Ellen McIntyre, dean of the College of Education, shared her thoughts at a summit considering issues related to teacher pay and training. This was also reported by WUNC TV.
- Flowers help woman cope with loss - An alumna faced cancer and a layoff by putting her creativity and business know-how into an entrepreneurial venture, which has proven successful.
- Alumna inspires 49ers for Life - An alumna and current UNC Charlotte employee is living proof that blood donations can save a life.
- Experts consider political shifts - Prof. Eric Heberlig and government liaison Betty Doster comment on shifts in N.C. legislative clout.
- UNC Charlotte prepares for weekend of dance - UNC Charlotte dance faculty members will be cutting the rug with dance world luminaries on Friday. Guest performers from the Charlotte Ballet and the renowned Martha Graham and Jose Limón dance companies will elevate the UNC Charlotte dance department's annual faculty concert to new heights.
NEW YORK MAGAZINE
- How not to be late - Prof. Steven Rogelberg comments on a self-help guide for NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.
THE WASHINGTON POST
- Site of Jesus' trial located? - Faculty member and archaeologist Shimon Gibson comments on archaeological discovery.
NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
- Love-hate feelings about meetings - Prof. Stephen Rogelberg was interviewed on NPR's Morning Edition about the culture of meetings.
WFAE CHARLOTTE TALKS
- What's next in immigration reform? - Prof. Greg Weeks discusses implications of executive action on immigration reform.
- Flu, genomics, and emerging disease - Prof. Dan Janies, Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor of Bioinformatics and Genomics, discusses genomics that affect the flu on a global scale.
CHARLOTTE BUSINESS JOURNAL
- Student start-up gets CLT Joules help - A desalination company growing out of a senior engineering design program has been selected by local business accelerator.
THE STATE (Columbia, S.C.)
- Alum architect thrives in Africa - Antonio Nevada Martinez took his UNC Charlotte architecture training to West Africa to build hospitals and health centers.
TWC NEWS 14
- Mayoral primary likely most expensive - At least one expert - Prof. Eric Heberlig - says the race for Charlotte mayor could be the most expensive ever, and that's just for the Democratic primary.
- Partnership creates food pantry - UNC Charlotte and Food Lion partner on tackling food insecurity.