Student artwork enlivens Novant clinic
The Novant Health SouthPark Family Practice is hosting a vibrant exhibition of 130 works of art by students from UNC Charlotte and Central Piedmont Community College.
- After 45 years at UNC Charlotte, engineering professor Yogi Kakad will retire on June 30.
- Don't forget to fill out the COVID-19 vaccine reporting form after receiving your vaccine. You will be exempt from the daily health check and mitigation testing once the form is approved.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- Save time with Canvas Gradebook. Learn to use SpeedGrader, Rubrics and more at the Thursday, May 27, workshop.
- Register to attend the employee lunch and learn, “Using Guided Imagery for Wellness and Stress Reduction,” scheduled for Thursday, May 27.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- UREC hours have changed for summer. To ensure there’s additional time to deep clean the facility, the University Recreation Center will close from 2 to 3 p.m., Monday–Friday, and early Sunday–Friday. Please see the UREC hours page for the most up-to-date information.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
- Knight named semifinalist for Dick Howser Trophy: Charlotte third baseman Austin Knight has been named a semifinalist by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association for the prestigious Dick Howser Trophy given to the top player in collegiate baseball.
Tim Rogers gave WSOC a tour of Polly's Garden in the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens. The inclusive space was designed to honor Roger's daughter, Polly, a UNC Charlotte student who died in 2018.
Alumna Tchernavia Montgomery ’08, ’09 spoke to the Charlotte Post about her new role as the executive director at Care Ring, a nonprofit health care provider.
- 5/26: Watch the C-USA baseball tournament on ESPN+ starting at 9 a.m., Wednesday, May 26. In the second game of the day, No. 1 seed Charlotte 49ers will take on No. 8 seed Middle Tennessee at 1:30 p.m. EST. The tournament continues through Sunday, May 30.
- 5/27: Learn how to create professional presentations, add content, collaborate and present in this Google Slides course.
- 6/7: The Cato College of Education is offering a virtual event Monday and Tuesday, June 7-8, for high school juniors and seniors from across North Carolina. This event will provide prospective teachers with insights into what it's like to be a teacher, as well as introduce them to the teacher education programs offered at UNC Charlotte.
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