College Videos

Titan Arum "Odie" Blooming - Time-Lapse

In a rare botanical event, a Titan Arum nicknamed Odie bloomed at UNC Charlotte's Botanical Gardens in its McMillan Greenhouse in mid-July 2015. This time-lapse film made up of images taken by a web camera shows Odie blooming and a pollination attempt.

Botanical Gardens' Retired Director Gives Insights on "The Live Wire"

Larry Mellichamp, who retired as director of UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens after almost 40 years, shares his insights on this edition of UNC Charlotte's The Live Wire.

Stories of Success: College Video

Students in UNC Charlotte's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences talk about critical aspects of the college that have contributed to their success. These include strong relationships, a global focus, research opportunities and other experiential learning options.

Digital Scholarship at UNC Charlotte: Kai Werbeck

Dr. Kai Werbeck, Assistant Professor of German, discusses digital humanities and the various definitions ascribed to the new discipline.

Harper-Thomas Legacy Endowment

Drs. Mary Harper and Herman Thomas arrived at UNC Charlotte in the 1970s the winds of social and political change still lingered in the air.

Mount Zion Dig Continues to Find Rare Discoveries

Live Wire takes us to Jerusalem, to the site of UNC Charlotte's archaeological dig. See Professor James Tabor and the exciting work the UNC Charlotte team has been doing to uncover history in the Holy City.

Dr. Pinku Mukherjee Wins O. Max Gardner Award 2015

Distinguished cancer researcher Pinku Mukherjee was honored with the O. Max Gardner Award – the highest faculty accolade given by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina.

Chemistry's Ogle Receives First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal

Craig Ogle, the Charles H. Stone Professor of Chemistry, is the 2014 recipient of the First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal. The […]

Reid Park

UNC Charlotte student Dylan McKnight designs a park for the Reid Park Neighborhood as his capstone project.

Charlotte Action Research Project (CHARP)

The Charlotte Action Research Project (CHARP) forges partnerships between the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and marginalized communities in Charlotte.
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