People talk to each other as an important part of the learning process in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Conversations take place face-to-face and in the digital world, as people share their ideas and excitement about their research, their teaching, their learning and their engagement with the community.
To extend the ways conversations can take place, the college is rapidly expanding its digital presence. The college has added several “gathering places,” so to speak, to help people in the college and the broader community connect.
Among those digital meeting spots, the “Thinking matters” site offers a place to engage with our faculty as they blog and exchange thoughts through other social media channels. They talk about their research, their teaching activities and other aspects of their work.
“Exchange Online” is a new digital magazine for the college, offering information on research, community engagement, published books and papers, events, student achievements and other items. Everyone is invited to contribute content for the magazine.
The new “CLAS Connections” site highlights faculty research and interests. It is searchable by topic, as well as by faculty name and department or program. In this way, people who are interested in a particular subject can find others who are fascinated by that topic. This is intended to help grow collaboration and facilitate access to the college’s subject experts.
Additionally, the college can be found on other social media, including Facebook and Twitter. We invite you to join the conversations there as well, at twitter.com/uncc_clas and facebook.com/uncc.clas