Inaugural Sustainability Summit
Put your "green" thinking caps on for the University's Inaugural Sustainability Summit on Dec. 5. The virtual event will include workshops, break-out rooms and discussions led by local experts on a variety of sustainability issues.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- Learn QM essentials at the Designing Your Own Course workshop.
- How to recover from being "Zoombombed".
- Use your floating Labor Day holiday leave before winter break if you have not already done so.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- Housing and meal plan charges for the full spring term will be assessed starting Thursday, Dec. 3.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
- NYT Book Recommendation: With its portrayal of the difficulties of frontier life, The New York Times Book Review has just named “All God’s Children” by novelist and UNC Charlotte English Associate Professor Aaron Gwyn as one of The Best Books To Give This Year.
- Imaginative Spirit Award: The University Career Center was recently awarded for its endeavor to ensure graduates are equipped with the top career competencies employers seek.
- National Recognition: David Bellar, chair of the Department of Kinesiology, has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of Directors for the American Kinesiology Association.
- Alumnus William “Gus” Anthony to serve as a commissioner for the N.C. Court System’s Office of Indigent Defense Services.
- Geography professor Missy Eppes comments on a story about a theory that unites Plato with geophysics.
- Chemistry professor Daniel Rabinovich discusses networking and the benefits of online conferences in time of COVID.
- 12/2: Overcoming Test Anxiety workshop
- 12/3: Join UREC for a live virtual 45-Minute Triple Threat group fitness class
- 12/10: Hiking 101 Workshop
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