Mapping Charlotte's future: What are place types?
Putting in place the goals of the city of Charlotte's 2040 plan — everything from denser development concentrated along transit corridors to preserving the tree canopy to allowing duplexes and triplexes in all single-family neighborhoods — will require a new set of land use regulations to replace Charlotte's outdated zoning code and development regulations. The Urban Institute outlines the latest.
- Read the NinerNotice on important campus changes regarding Friday's football game.
Important mitigation testing information
The University is continuing to conduct ongoing COVID-19 mitigation testing of unvaccinated non-residential students, faculty and staff. If you have already scheduled your mitigation test for the current week, Aug. 30 - Sept. 3, thank you! If you have not, please do so now. UNC Charlotte is covering the cost of on-campus mitigation testing. If you do not register for an appointment, you will need to submit an off-campus, negative test result, at your expense, by Friday, Sept. 3, at 11:59 p.m.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: FACULTY & STAFF
- ICYMI: Please review the important information shared earlier today about the Friday, Sept. 3, football game when the Charlotte 49ers take on the Duke Blue Devils. Faculty, please review the updated Fall 2021 Planned Schedule Interruptions for weekday football games.
- Check out the guide, “Designing for Flexible Teaching.” Designing for flexible teaching enables quick and easy pivots between different modalities and enables students who are unable to attend class to continue without the loss of continuity.
- The Office of International Programs invites qualified candidates to submit program applications for the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program prior to the Wednesday, Sept. 15, deadline. Note that U.S. citizenship is required. Search all awards available in the 2022-23 competition or connect with UNC Charlotte's Fulbright Scholar liaison.
YOUR DAILY NEED TO KNOW: STUDENTS
- Do you have an idea that can spark change? Ventureprise is seeking students who want to make an impact in the community through their ideas and research. With more than $2,000 in cash and prizes, you can make an impact with your idea.
OUR POINTS OF PRIDE
Dance professor and students to present at Royal Academy of Dance Conference: Associate Professor of Dance Delia Neil will present a workshop at the Royal Academy of Dance international conference on Saturday, Sept. 4. Dance students Leah Adams and Brandy Brown will serve as the workshop demonstrators in the online presentation.
- 9/2: In this workshop, you will learn to construct your first design for 3-D printing using TinkerCAD. This workshop is open to all levels of makers. Please bring your own laptop.
- 9/2: Learn to set your own print on the 3-D printers at the Makerspace in Atkins Library.
- 9/3: Watch the Charlotte 49ers Women's Volleyball vs. North Dakota State game.
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