Research and Economic Development will launch the IRB Human Subjects Niner Research module on July 1. This module will replace the current IRB protocol submission and management system, IRBIS. Additional information about the IRB module and retirement of the current system, IRBIS, is on the Research and Economic Development website.
Belk College of Business economist John Connaughton says economic growth should continue through 2022 North Carolina’s economy continues to rebound, but recent data show it may be some time before the economy is back to where it was prior to last year’s COVID-19 shutdowns, according to John Connaughton, director of the UNC Charlotte Economic Forecast.
Through one of the most competitive fellowship programs in the world, UNC Charlotte Africana Studies scholar Oscar de la Torre has been named the Anthony E. Kaye Fellow at the National Humanities Center.
The Duke Energy Smart Grid Laboratory located within the Albert & Freeman Energy Production and Infrastructure Center that provides faculty and students hands-on access to state-of-the-art mechanisms for advanced testing and evaluation of smart grid-enabling technologies and energy systems.
As UNC Charlotte anticipates a full return to campus instruction and operations this fall, the University continues to monitor COVID-19’s presence on campus.
UNC Charlotte has partnered with Charlotte-based NuSpot Technologies to develop and advance a revolutionary technology of transforming the detection of viruses such as COVID-19 as well as cancers, toxins, strokes and a variety of diseases.
A new book by Assistant Professor of Dance Tamara Williams explores Silvestre Technique, the contemporary dance technique founded by Rosangela Silvestre as an extension of the spiritual dance traditions of enslaved Africans in Brazil. “Giving Life to Movement: The Silvestre Dance Technique” was published recently by McFarland.
Akin Ogundiran, a Chancellor’s Professor and professor of Africana Studies, Anthropology and History, is the 2021 recipient of the First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal, UNC Charlotte’s most prestigious faculty award, in recognition of excellence in research.
NSF CAREER Awards enable the University’s researchers to pursue work that points to a ‘lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research.’
Two UNC Charlotte Belk College of Business faculty researchers have used their expertise to update a groundbreaking study that aims to help policymakers better understand family-owned businesses and their impact on the U.S. economy.