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Conceptual Era Places Emphasis on Liberal Arts

The new era we've entered-the conceptual era-shows that the STEM versus arts debate might be a false dichotomy. This era bridges the brain divide, encouraging the development of rightbrained traits that benefit left-brained fields. Read More

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Dr. Commins Named Engaged Faculty Scholar for 2016-17

This month two faculty members in the North Carolina Campus Compact network will begin one-year terms as Engaged Faculty Scholars. Dr. Margaret Commins, an associate professor of political science at Queens University of Charlotte, and Dr. Cara Kozma, an assistant professor of English at High Point University, will be the Compact's Engaged Faculty Scholars for the 2016 - 2017 academic year. Read More

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image07/23/15

Quest for Wonder

Ignoring Skeptics, Leigh Ann Henion Earned an MFA in Creative Writing, Then Wrote Her Story of Exploring the World Read More

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Alumnus Malek Jandali is Honored as a 2015 Great Immigrant - The Pride of America

Alumnus Malek Jandali is Honored as a 2015 Great Immigrant - The Pride of America Read More

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Dr. Alexa Royden appointed interim Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Cato School of Education

Dr. Alexa Royden appointed interim Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Cato School of Education Read More

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The Evolution, Biology, and Society Section of the American Sociological Association (ASA) has granted the "Graduate Student Paper Award" to instructor Yamilette Chacon  Read More

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English Professor Craig Renfroe's story published on McSweeney's Internet Tendency. Read More

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Religion Professor Suzanne Henderson was interviewed as part of a WFAE piece entitled, "Is Charlotte In The Bible Belt?" Read More

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Camp hosted in Rogers Hall inspires young girls' interest in science

Queens helps Project Scientist lay the groundwork for more educated women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Read More

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Professor Helen Hull recently presented a paper on Christopher Marlowe's play Edward II. Read More

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