In the News

Jonathan Marks, Faculty. Anthropology. May 31, 2018. The Charlotte Observer. "DNA-testing companies say they can pinpoint your ethnicity. Can they?."

Reid Wodicka, Alumnus. Public Policy Ph.D. Program. May 26, 2018. The News & Advance -. "Checking Up … A New City Face".

Anthony Greene, Alumnus. Sociology, Africana Studies. May 24, 2018. The Chronicle - Charleston, S.C.. "Dr. Fahamu Pecou returns to Charleston for conversation and "Visible Man" signing."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 24, 2018. The Charlotte Observer. "After tough primary, Pittenger wants Mark Harris to say, 'Hey, I'm sorry' to back him."

Kate Inman, Alumna. Sociology. May 22, 2018. WilmingtonBiz. "Dosher Names Practice Network Administrator."

Reid Wodicka, Alumnus. Public Policy Ph.D. Program. May 21, 2018. The News & Advance. "New deputy city manager for Lynchburg appointed."

Rosemary Hopcroft, Faculty. Sociology. May 21, 2018. Scientific American. "Wealthy Families Invest More in Sons."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 17, 2018. The Stanly News & Press. "Reasons for primary wins, losses puzzle candidates".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. May 17, 2018. Mountain XPress. "Historian Karen Cox Confronts Confederate Monuments".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 11, 2018. WBTV. "The impact of the election of several African Americans in Meck County."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 9, 2018. KPVI. "North Carolina congressional upset raises Democratic hopes."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 9, 2018. BlueRidgeNow. "NC congressional upset raises Democratic hopes."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 9, 2018. WTOP. "North Carolina congressional upset raises Democratic hopes."

Eric S. Heberlig and Suzanne M. Leland, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 9, 2018. The Charlotte Observer. "Charlotte should make the Republican National Convention an offer it can't refuse."

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 5, 2018. Mooresville Tribune. "Unaffiliated voters will influence party races in Iredell."

Gregory Weeks, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 02, 2018. WFAE. "Charlotte Talks: Hispanics Look To Mobilize For 2018 Vote".

Stacy Sneed, Faculty. Communication Studies. May 1, 2018. U.S. News & World Report. "6 Money Mistakes College Students Make."

Erika Montanaro, Faculty. Psychological Science. April 30, 2018. Niner Times. "New scholarship honors the late UNC Charlotte professor."

Jeff Gillman, Staff. Botanical Gardens. April 30, 2018. WBTV. "Thousands expected at UNC Charlotte for rare blooming of flower that smells like corpse."

Tanure Ojaide, Faculty. Africana Studies. April 29, 2018. The Guardian. "Tanure Ojaide, the poet-advocate of the homeland, @ 70."

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