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Brotherton, Scholes Awarded 2021-22 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
   September 26, 2022
Two students in the College of Liberal Arts...

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Meet Erin Basinger
   September 19, 2022
Erin Basinger, Ph.D., is a faculty member in the Department of Communication Studies.  Learn more about her, why she loves teaching, and the advice she has for students in Inside UNC Charlotte.

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UNC Charlotte Recognized for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
   September 19, 2022
UNC Charlotte was recently recognized among the best in the nation for its diversity and inclusion efforts in the 2022 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.  Read more at Inside UNC Charlotte.

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Graduate Student Insight, Keely Craig

Finding the Right Graduate School Fit
Graduate Student Insight: Keely Craig discusses their experience navigating their grad school search
   September 15, 2022

There are many factors to consider when looking for a potential graduate program. You may want to think about what types of programs are offered by a university, the quality of programs, the school environment and what it will cost to pursue a graduate education. During my own search, I took into account all of these factors. After...

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Graduate students and staff in Center for Graduate Life and Learning space
Inside Look: The Center for Graduate Life and Learning (CGLL) Unveils New Space
The CGLL organizes community-building events & professional development to enhance student success.
   September 13, 2022
Last week, the Center for Graduate Life and Learning (CGLL) unveiled its new space in Atkins Library, Room 149, across from the Career Center. The CGLL provides graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with personal and professional support to ensure their future success. Their services and programming focus on helping students refine and strengthen five core competencies proven to enhance...

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Better Mentors Build Better Research
Class Strengthens Mentoring Skills
   September 12, 2022
Since 2019, hundreds of Charlotte graduate faculty have taken steps to strengthen the university’s research output by strengthening their mentoring skill through the Graduate School’s Mentor Training program. Based on the evidence-based practices developed by the Center for Improved Mentoring Experiences in Research (CIMER) at the University of Wisconsin, Charlotte’s mentor training is part of...

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Kaitlin Klotz, Graduate Admissions Ambassador, Shares Four Campus Golden Nuggets
Graduate Student Insight: Kaitlin Klotz highlights support services available to Charlotte Niners
   September 8, 2022

Starting graduate school is an exciting time in our lives. We get the privilege of studying something we genuinely care about and contributing to the academic dialogue occurring within our fields. We become close with the other members of our cohorts and begin to build a professional network. At the start of a brand-new academic career, it is also completely normal to be overwhelmed. After all...

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Business Journal Looks Back at 50 Years of Contributions from the School of Architecture
   August 25, 2022
Charlotte Business Journal Manager Editor Erik Spanberg chronicles Charlotte’s rapid development over the past five decades and the integral role played by UNC Charlotte’s School of Architecture. Read more in the Charlotte Business Journal.

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Graduate students at a welcome reception under pavilion
Hundreds of Graduate Students Connect at Orientation
Orientation activities kick start graduate students' journey
   August 23, 2022
As the fall semester begins, incoming graduate students engaged in numerous opportunities with the Graduate School and the Center for Graduate Life...

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Alumna Margaret Kocherga Lands Unicorn Hunters Investments
   August 22, 2022
Margaret Kocherga, ‘18 ‘21, Ph.D., recently won funding commitments from celebrity investors of “The Unicorn Hunters Show.” Kocherga, who received her degree in Nanoscale Science, pitched to the investors an ultra-thin lightening technology that helps brands stand out via customizable computer screens. Read more at Inside UNC Charlotte.  

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