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Women's Chorus to Sing Anthem at Knights Game
The Charlotteans will sing the National Anthem on April 25.
   April 23, 2019

The UNC Charlotte women’s chorus, The Charlotteans, will sing the National Anthem this Thursday, April 25, at the Knights baseball game. One of the many music ensembles and clubs at UNC Charlotte, the women’s choir is open to any female student with an interest in singing. We took this opportunity to talk to three graduating seniors who are...

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Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure
The CoA+A recognizes faculty receiving reappointment, promotion, and tenure.
   April 22, 2019

The College of Arts + Architecture is pleased to recognize 10 faculty who have received reappointment, promotion, or tenure this year:

 

 

PROMOTION to Full Professor
Jennifer Whitaker (Music)
 
PROMOTION to Associate Professor (w/Permanent Tenure)
Jane Dalton (Art & Art History)
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Fifth Year Architecture Studio Designs Innovation Barn Brewhouse
Project uses recycled materials to support the "circular economy."
   April 22, 2019

Students in Professor Deb Ryan’s fifth year architecture studio have designed and created a neighborhood coffee stand at the Innovation Barn in Charlotte’s Belmont neighborhood. The “circular economy” project, called Sweet Little Brewhouse, has transformed and enlivened an area adjacent to an old utility building using recycled and discarded products.  

According to a press release...

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SoA Professor Named to 50 Most Influential Women
Deb Ryan will receive the award from The Mecklenburg Times.
   April 19, 2019

Professor Deborah Ryan has been named one of The Mecklenburg Times 50 Most Influential Women for 2019. The annual awards celebrate the most influential women in business, government, education, law and non-profits in the Charlotte area.

Ryan is a professor of architecture and urban design and the director of the Master of Urban Design program at UNC Charlotte. A registered...

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Theatre Major To Perform Leading Roles in Regional Productions
Amberlin McCormick has two big roles and graduate school on the horizon.
   April 15, 2019

Theatre major Amberlin McCormick will perform leading roles in two upcoming regional productions. Beginning Friday, April 19, she will perform the role of Eurydice in the Warehouse Performing Arts Center production of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice. The show runs at the Warehouse, in Cornelius, through May 4.

In July,...

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Dance Student to Present at National Conference in NYC
Davian Robinson will present at the American Society of Alexander Technique.
   April 12, 2019

Davian ”DJ” Robinson, a dance and exercise/sports science double major, has been selected to present at a national conference at Columbia University in New York City, June 26-30.  Entitled “Our Community's Future: Diversity, Equity and Belonging,” the conference is a meeting of The American Society of Alexander Technique (AmSAT). Davian will present a workshop and discussion, “Sensory Beyond...

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Dance Major Wins Marian Beane Writing Contest
Dance student Cecilia Whalen has won 1st place in the Marian Beane Crossing Borders Writing Contest.
   April 9, 2019

Dance student Cecilia Whalen has won first place in the Marian Beane Crossing Borders Writing Contest, an internationally themed writing contest sponsored by the Office of International programs, the English Language Training Institute, and the UNC Charlotte International Club. The contest was open to current UNC Charlotte undergraduates and upper-level students of the English Training...

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Department of Theatre Receives Full NAST Accreditation
The National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST) has granted full membership to UNC Charlotte.
   April 9, 2019

The National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST) has granted full membership to UNC Charlotte’s Department of Theatre. Gained through an intensive peer review process, membership is granted only to institutions that meet all of the rigorous accreditation standards established by NAST.

Founded in 1965, the National...

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Voice Students Place in NATS Regional Competition
Four students placed in the NATS Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition
   April 3, 2019

Four UNC Charlotte music students have placed in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition. Founded in 1944, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc. (NATS) is the largest professional association of voice teachers in the world. NATS celebrates the art of singing through a series of competitions and programs that are designed to...

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Wind Ensemble Welcomes Portuguese Conductor
Guest conductor Simão Francisco will lead April 15 concert.
   April 2, 2019

The UNC Charlotte Wind Ensemble welcomes guest conductor Simão Francisco from Portugal for “An Iberian Celebration,” an evening of Spanish and Portuguese music. The concert will take place on April 15 at 7:30 pm in the Anne R. Belk Theater of Robinson Hall.

An accomplished flutist and conductor, Simão Francisco is chief conductor of the Wind Orchestra of Médio Tejo, the Symphony...

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