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Economics researcher connects teleworking, productivity

   November 18, 2022

Nearly a decade before the pandemic pushed telework to the forefront of business, Belk College of Business Associate Professor Krista Saral was focusing her research on the topic. 

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UNC Charlotte, City of Charlotte, Duke Energy win prestigious Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Cleantech Award

   November 10, 2022

UNC Charlotte, the city of Charlotte and Duke Energy have been named the recipient of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Cleantech award by the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster.

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UNC Charlotte earns high international marks for research, academic excellence

   November 1, 2022

In the recently released 2023 Times Higher Education World University rankings, Charlotte climbed 33 spots among U.S. universities.

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Like it or not, we need bats

   October 31, 2022

A researcher sinks her teeth into reasons to appreciate bats and their unique role in the ecosystem.

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Reimagined Division of Research to streamline focus on top-tier status, faculty success

   October 21, 2022

Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 1, the division overseeing the University’s research activities will have new leadership, a new name and renewed focus, Chancellor Sharon L. Gaber announced today.

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Architecture professor’s new book evaluates double-skin façade buildings

   October 5, 2022

A new book by Associate Professor of Architecture Mona Azarbayjani, “High-Performance Double Skin Façade Buildings: Climatic-Based Exploration,” provides the first systematic a

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Woes of possible recession persist

   September 22, 2022

The United States likely won’t see a recession this year, but continued interest hikes could send the economy into a recession in 2023, according to John Connaughton, director of the North Carolina Economic Forecast.

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Architecture professor receives $1 million grant toward commercializing energy-saving windows

   September 7, 2022

A major grant from the National Science Foundation will fund the next stage of Professor of Architecture Kyoung Hee Kim’s development of a high-performing window system that reduces building energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. The Small Business Innovation Research Phase II grant is Kim’s third NSF grant in support of her decade-long research into incorporating screens of...

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Charlotte scientist among select few to win Scialog support for research into next-gen imaging technologies

   September 7, 2022

Charlotte researcher Rosario Porras-Aguilar, whose work includes a focus on learning how cancers spread, is one of 21 early career scientists in the United States and Canada to win funding and other support through the Scialog: Advancing Bioimaging initiative.

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Alumna Margaret Kocherga catches a unicorn with new technology for organic electronics

   August 18, 2022

The founder of startup Margik Inc. leverages Ventureprise success and lands investment from an appearance on “The Unicorn Hunters Show.”

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