Athletic training program advocates for women researchers in the sciences
Women account for less than 40% of all lead or senior authors publishing research in major scientific and health care journals. Danielle Torp, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Kinesiology, is trying to change that statistic.
- The University’s wastewater testing has detected the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in its routine sampling in two residence halls.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- Many of us have been working at least partially from home for more than a year. Register for an upcoming Lunch and Learn workshop to gain new insight into staying engaged and advancing your career while working remotely.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- SGA election results are in! Congratulations to new student body president and vice president Dick Beekman and Gabi Hitchcock as well as college senators and class presidents.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
Belk faculty published in top journals: In 2019-20, Belk College of Business faculty members published more than 130 peer-reviewed journal articles in top publications.
Public Health Sciences Professor Michael Thompson commented on what it will take to reach herd immunity and lift North Carolina's mask mandate.
Philosophy Professor Lisa Rasmussen discussed the ethics of line-jumping for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Sekou Cooke, the new director of the Master of Urban Design program, was featured in a popular architecture publication.
- 3/27: Register to learn from local sustainability experts in the Student Sustainability Summit as a part of Earth Week.
- 3/30: With the spring season emerging on campus, volunteers are needed to help repair, rejuvenate and plant the volunteer garden areas we have around campus. Sign up here.
- 4/11: Participate in a free Zoom lecture and discussion about native plants and the pollinators they attract by Amy Tipton, assistant director, UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens.
STAY UPDATED ON THE COVID-19 VACCINE
Find the latest information on when and how you can receive your shot on the Niner Nation Cares website. Let's keep our community safe and healthy!
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