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MEET THE MARSHALS FOR FALL COMMENCEMENT 2023

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University marshal is an honor UNC Charlotte bestows on distinguished faculty members. They represent the faculty at ceremonial functions of the University, including commencement, and serve as symbols of faculty excellence and leadership in teaching, professional achievement and service to campus and community. Congratulations to this year’s University marshals Deborah Beete, M. Lyn Exum and […]

SEED GRANT FUNDING

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W+GRA Anounces 2023-2024 Seed Grant Recipients The Women + Girls Research Alliance (W+GRA) is excited to announce the 2023-2024 Seed Grants recipients. Each of the grants emphasizes community partnerships and community-engaged research activities that address the critical areas of mental health and wellness, economic security/mobility, and equity in the Charlotte metropolitan area. W+GRA has awarded […]

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GRATEFULNESS

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Gratefulness seemed like an apropos subject for the season. Jordan Estabrook, editor of Niner Insider, already mapped out how an article on gratitude would look and feel. She threw those plans out the window when she started talking to Sara Levens and instead learned something far more valuable. Read the full article here.

Meet a Niner

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Originally from Ringoes, New Jersey, Kathleen Burke, a lecturer in psychological science, has been at UNC Charlotte since 2016. Learn about her love for positive psychology and watching her students grow, as well as her advice for maintaining their mental health. Read Full Article

LEADING FOR IMPACT: A SCIENCE-BASED APPROACH

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Men are essential for gender equality in the workplace. Join the Center for Leadership Science to learn how men can help shape solutions and take action. This conversation is important for all leaders and emerging leaders. Gender at Work: The Role of Male Leaders as Powerful Allies Friday, October 20 | Dubois Center at UNC […]

U.S. News: Charlotte’s Psychology Program Among Best in Carolinas, #1 Among Public Programs

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UNC Charlotte’s Department of Psychological Science ranks as the best public undergraduate program in the Carolinas and is among the highest ranked nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best College rankings. Read the full article here.

SIX FINALISTS NAMED FOR CHARLOTTE’S 2023 TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS

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Monday, September 11, 2023 Creating supportive learning environments that enable students to succeed is a hallmark of Charlotte faculty members, and this year’s nominees for the University’s teaching excellence awards exemplify that commitment. For the Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence, finalists are Paula Connolly, professor, English; M.Lyn Exum, associate professor, criminal justice and […]

Watch Steven Rogelberg on CBS Sunday Morning

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Steven Rogelberg, Chancellor’s Professor, is a noted expert on meetings; watch his April 16 appearance on the annual “The Money Issue” on “CBS Sunday Morning,” where he discussed how meetings can be reduced and improved.

Professor Alyssa McGonagle Featured – Best States for Working from Home

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Professor Alyssa McGonagle was featured in WalletHub’s recent article called Best States for Working From Home. Read the full article here

Steven Rogelberg discusses the value — or lack thereof — of meetings on CNN.

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Steven Rogelberg, Chancellor’s Professor and professor of organizational science, management and psychology, discusses the value — or lack thereof — of meetings on CNN.