Four students win NSF graduate research fellowships
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships are a highly competitive source of funding, and among the 2021 awardees from across the country are four UNC Charlotte students — two each from the Lee College of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
- View the results of yesterday's residence hall COVID-19 testing.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- The State Health Plan is hosting several webinars with important information about medical plan options when you become eligible to receive Medicare. Register for the next webinar on April 8.
- Sekou Cooke will direct the Master of Urban Design program at UNC Charlotte.
- Jason Dungee will join the Department of Music in August as assistant professor of music and director of choral activities.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- Considering living off campus for the 2021-22 academic year? Stop by the Off-Campus Student Services Fair on April 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Lot 5A. The fair will feature on-campus partners that provide services to assist students transitioning to off-campus living and off-campus communities located within close proximity to campus. If you plan to attend, please register in advance.
- We are Green with Gratitude that some of our favorite Niners players are coming back next season thanks to 25 individuals who donated 100% of the funds needed to give our student-athletes an additional season of “normal” competition! Giving back supports Niner Nation.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
The Charlotteans, under the direction of Ginger Wyrick, gave a joyous performance at the University’s International Women's Day celebration: The Office of International Programs commemorates Women’s History Month in concert with The Charlotteans, the women’s chorus of UNC Charlotte, and shared the ensemble's recent virtual performance of “Thulele Mama Ya.”
Public Health Sciences Professor Lyndie Forthofer discussed the importance of community-level activities to drive COVID vaccinations.
Jennifer Troyer, dean of the Belk College of Business, moderated a conversation between three women leaders about the successes and failures that helped them make an impact their industries.
- 4/1: The Department of Music will present a virtual Faculty & Friends Concert showcasing performances by eight members of the music faculty.
- 4/1: The Office of International Programs and the International Student and Scholar Office bring back International Coffee Hour in a new virtual format!
- 4/2: Ongoing hate-based violence against the Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community is a concern. Join Counseling & Psychological Services for a Healing and Empowerment Gathering to learn more about the impact of oppression-based trauma on mental health and strategies for healing and empowerment.
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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