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. Wei Guo publishes in journal

His study on atom position momentum appears in "Optics Communication." Read More


Craig Renfroe edits anthology, publishes story

Short fiction anthology for sale now and short story in Journal of Microliterature. Read More


Dr. Michael Kobre publishes essay

His look at works of Bruce Springsteen and Walker Percy appears in in new anthology. Read More


Professor Mike Wirth published an infographic

His infographic with mobile security company lookout.com was published in August 2010.  Read More


Craig Renfroe's story posted online

His story "Giant Panda Monster" is posted in the August 2010 issue of Hobart Read More


Professor Mike Wirth produces an infographic called the App Genome Project

His infographic was featured in July 2010 blog for the mobile security company Lookout. Read More


Dr. Morri Creech publishes poem

His poem "Song and Complaint" appears in the summer 2010 issue of The Southern Review. Read More


Queens faculty members win national award for infographic

Two professors from Queens University of Charlotte recently won a $5,000 national award for an infographic they created to explain that complicated process. Read More

Dr. Bob Whalen Presents Paper Entitled "Murder, Inc.: Pirates, Gorillas, Grotesques"

Dr. Bob Whalen presented a paper entitled "Murder, Inc.: Pirates, Gorillas, Grotesques," at the annual "Researching New York" conference. Read More

JBIP Director Dr. Holly Carter accepted to NAFSA

She will provide workshops for international education professionals from all over the world in her areas of expertise.  Read More

Challons-Lipton and Campbell present at conference

They presented "From Charlotte to Tanzania: Using the Internet to Engage Students in a Global Conversation." at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching. Read More

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