Meet Eric Conklin
Eric Conklin is the assistant controller and bursar at UNC Charlotte. His focus is planning and developing financial policies and procedures for student success. Get to know him, learn his favorite parts of UNC Charlotte plus some helpful tips.
Let the University know through the COVID-19 vaccine reporting form. Once approved, you will be exempt from completing the daily Niner Health Check and the requirement to participate in mitigation testing.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- Join the retirement celebration of Jane Neese, senior associate dean for the College of Health and Human Services, on Monday, Aug. 30! The event, in honor of her 27 years of service, will feature remarks from college and University leadership. Refreshments will be served.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- The Niner Career Challenge helps students plan for career readiness. Students, register for a chance to win free spring 2022 tuition and other monthly prizes. The challenge opens Monday, Aug. 30.
- Atkins Library is open 24 hours, Sunday through Thursday, and until 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday.
- Join your fellow 49ers at the Student Back-to-School Bash, hosted by the Student Alumni Association, on Thursday, Sept. 2, for mouthwatering meals, spirited freebies and more. "Beat the Devils" T-shirts will be distributed starting at 4 p.m.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
Reynolds on Unitas Golden Arm watch list: Charlotte 49ers redshirt senior quarterback Chris Reynolds is on the 2021 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List, presented by A. O. Smith. The award annually recognizes the top senior or upperclassman quarterback set to graduate with their class.
- 8/27: Come to the Popp Martin Student Union Theater for “Birds of Prey.”
- 8/27: Enjoy the sound of music and the roar of our students for the Welcome Back Concert!
- 8/31: The Office of Disability Services invites you to attend the first session of its Universal Design Fast Facts Series. Session one provides a broad overview of federal and state laws that protect people with disabilities from discrimination. Differences between accommodation and accessibility will be discussed, along with the importance of Universal Design as an approach to inclusiveness.
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