Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community. 

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Meet Dean Eric Freedman

Dr. Freedman brings extensive experience in new media, digital literacy and community partnership development as the new dean of the Knight School of Communication.  Read More


Foreign policy in the 21st century

"Tweet up" with Al Jazeera English connects Queesn students with students around the globe Read More


Interns Score Backstage Credentials at DNC

Raulston Boger and Anna Kirwan worked long hours interning with the DNC Host Committee, escorting delegates and dignitaries from the security perimeter to Time Warner Cable Arena and the Charlotte Convention Center. Read More


DNC insights 20 seconds at a time

Queens’ faculty and alumnus share DNC insights with students via unique presentation format Read More


Queens students – and Charlotte – can go to school on DNC

This fall, professors in the Knight School of Communication are embarking on a unique learning opportunity by inviting students to focus on Charlotte during the Democratic National Convention. Read More


Jim Shoff says MA COMM program changed his perspective

Former bank executive says program sparked a love for writing. Read More


School picnic

Knight students, faculty and staff celebrated the year's accomplishments. Read More


There's an app for that

Dr. John A. McArthur teaches an exploration seminar in Digital Literacy. Read More


Building digital awareness

Integrated Strategic Communication, a graduate class taught by Dr. John A. McArthur, will soon publish an E-book that helps teach the importance of being digital literate. Read More


Students study health communication

For the first time at Queens University of Charlotte, Dr. Zachary White is teaching a class called Bedside Manners that Matter: Communicating About Health, Illness, and Culture Read More


The Caribbean Islands are a hub of social media activity

Dr. Daina Nathaniel shares insight learned from her social media research including how Caribbean natives now living elsewhere stay connected. Read More

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