Belk College economist John Connaughton sees the state’s economy bouncing back as vaccines become more readily available.
To most observers, the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, illustrates how extremist groups have increased in power and visibility. UNC Charlotte’s Shannon Reid, associate professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, views the criminality and violence exhibited during the Capitol riots a major concern.
New research on gender inequality indicates that fewer leadership prospects in the workplace apply even to women who show the most promise early on in their academic careers.
A recent Stanford University study recognizes the top 2% of the world’s most cited researchers. In all, 41 researchers affiliated with UNC Charlotte made the list.
UNC Charlotte’s faculty members are quoted often and widely in the news media about current topics, ranging from the presidential transition to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the dangers of misinformation in social media.
UNC Charlotte’s Energy Production and Infrastructure Center receives a $3.6 million grant to support efforts to lower solar electricity costs, increase the competitiveness of American solar manufacturing and improve grid reliability.
Chancellor Gaber announces new committee to explore strategies for elevating UNC Charlotte research.
Cell Stress Society International has inducted UNC Charlotte Biological Sciences Assistant Professor Andrew Truman as a Fellow. Fellows distinguish themselves in a variety of ways, including path-breaking contributions to the cell stress responses and molecular chaperones field, and through service to the society.
Publishing research findings is high stakes for academic researchers, while also being significant for their institutions and others interested in the findings.
Because of their expertise in flow measurement, researchers from The William States Lee College of Engineering are working with doctors from the Wake Forest School of Medicine to help determine the extent to which the COVID-19 virus is spread during certain surgical procedures.