In the News

Dan Morrill, Professor Emeritus. History. August 14, 2017. The Charlotte Observer. "Do Confederate memorials honor soldiers killed in war or memorialize racism?".

David Goldfield, Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History. History. August 14, 2017. WSOC TV. "White nationalists broaden scope, expert says".

Justin Conrad, faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. August 08, 2017. WSOC-TV. "U.S., North Korea Tensions Escalate".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. June 30, 2017. CNN. "What Can Communities Do With Confederate Monuments?".

James Tabor, Faculty. Religious Studies. June 14, 2017. Bowling Green Daily News. "Local Man to go on Israeli dig".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. June 13, 2017. Village Voice. "Why are Eight Confederate Icons Still Proudly Displayed in the U.S. Capitol?".

Michael Turner, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. June 11, 2017. The Charlotte Observer. "Will crime affect your vote in the Charlotte mayor’s race? These candidates hope so".

Justin Conrad, faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. June 10, 2017. Newsweek. "How Can We Trust ISIS’s Claims of Responsibility After Terror Attacks?".

John Szmer, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. June 9, 2017. WSOC TV. "Pro-Trump group miffed after being turned away from Charlotte Pride Parade."

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. June 08, 2017. WGBH-TV (Greater Boston). "Does a Confederate Memorial Belong in Boston Harbor?".

Mark West, Faculty. English. June 08, 2017. The Charlotte Observer. "On Father’s Day, pull out the comics".

Michael Turner, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. June 7, 2017. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "Charlotte Homicide Rate Continues to Rise."

Brian Magi, Faculty. Geography & Earth Sciences. June 5, 2017. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "A Discussion of Trump's Decision To Pull U.S. Out Of Paris Climate Agreement."

Lori R. Van Wallendael, Faculty. Psychological Science. May 31, 2017. Post-Crescent (Appleton, Fox Cities). "Conflicting witness accounts pose challenges in Appleton shooting".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 24, 2017. McClatchy DC. "The more Trump stumbles, the more Democrats see hope in N.C. House race – and beyond".

Cindy Combs, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. May 23, 2017. WSOC TV. "Radical Islamic groups ditch large attacks for those on smaller scale, expert says".

John David Smith, faculty. History. May 07, 2017. Raleigh News & Observer. "Essays show Reconstruction memories malleable".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. April 26, 2017. qnotes. "Gov. Cooper appoints gay judge to N.C.’s second-highest court".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. April 17, 2017. WUNC. "Charlote Nondiscrimination Ordinance Could Play Role in Mayor’s Race".

Justin Conrad, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. April 13, 2017. WSOC TV. "Expert: Major bomb strike in Afghanistan sends loud message to ISIS".

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