April In the News

In the News: 

MEDICAL XPRESS

THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

CHARLOTTE BUSINESS JOURNAL

  • Prof’s study figured into wildlife ranking - The National Wildlife Federation says Charlotte is No. 9 in the country when it comes to cities that are "going above and beyond the call of duty to protect America's wildlife."
  • University launches C Design scholarship - The UNC Charlotte School of Architecture has launched an annual scholarship offering students workplace experience, while helping defray their educational costs.                                

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER

  • Thoughts on 49ers Coach Mark Price - A columnist from one NBA city where Mark Price played basketball remembers the new 49ers head coach.                                             

NPR MORNING EDITION

WFAE CHARLOTTE TALKS  

WCNC TV

TWC NEWS 14

  • Art exhibit focuses on immigration - There is a colorful new exhibit at UNC Charlotte Center City uptown campus that also is making a statement.
  • Learning from Oklahoma racism incident - Applying the latest headlines to the day's lesson plans, fraternity and sorority members at UNC Charlotte are taking away all they can from the University of Oklahoma racism scandal. 

WRAL Tech Wire (Raleigh)

  • NC investing in big data - Researchers at the Renaissance Computing Institute at UNC Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte and NC State University have received funding to develop advanced technologies and solutions.

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