Faculty/Student Accomplishments

We're proud of the outstanding things our students and faculty are doing on campus, in the community, and beyond. This page is our way of spreading the news and acknowledging excellence and creativity whenever we can.

Please help us continue to recognize the activities and achievements happening every day in the College of Arts and Sciences. If you have information you would like to share please contact Sally Hyatt, Assistant Dean of CAS.

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Dr. Saundra Penn Recently Presented on Play Therapy

Dr. Saundra Penn presented to the North Carolina Association for Play Therapy on “Ethical Issues in Play Therapy: Keeping Ethical Standards in the Forefront.”  Read More


Cherie Clark Presents at Conference

Dr. Cherie Clark recently presented a symposium on improving research methods at a conference in Atlanta, Georgia Read More


Linda Pastryk Selected as Contributing Writer

Linda Pastryk has been selected as a contributing writer on religion and art. Read More


Siu Challons-Lipton Presents Paper

Siu Challons-Lipton recently presented a paper at the 44th Annual Conference of the International Visual Literacy Association in Portland, Maine. Read More


Bob Whalen Presents Paper

Bob Whalen, of the History Department, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the German Studies Association, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Read More


Dr. Reed Perkins Will Present at National Conference

Dr. Reed Perkins, Dept. of Environmental Science, is presenting an invited lecture at the National Conference on Geographic Education in San Marcos, Texas.  Read More


Charles Israel, Jr.'s Poem Published

Charles Israel, Jr.'s poem, "Anubis on Live Feed" has been published in Charlotte Viewpoint. Read More


Mike Wirth's Infographic Published in the Wall Street Journal

Mike Wirth has published an infographic that was in the October 2nd edition of the Wall Street Journal. The graphic explains the process of an internal investigation under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (1977).  Read More


Siu Challons-Lipton Presents Paper

Siu Challons-Lipton presented her paper on "Fully Awake? Fully Connected? The need for a Black Mountain Education"  Read More


Dr. Jennifer Bratyanski Presents at College of Charleston

Dr. Jennifer Bratyanski recently presented a paper on anti-apartheid activism and civil rights in the U.S. Read More


Elissa Schappell is Keynote Speaker

Elissa Schappell will be the keynote speaker at 15th Annual Moms@Work event Read More

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