In this Spring 2015 issue of the College magazine Exchange, students and faculty are making an imaginative leap out of their own worlds. Their stories ground us in the vital concerns of our culture: social justice questions, particularly in the areas of race, disability, and disease; the cultural issue of body image as it affects health; the interplay of the natural world and human culture; and the disquieting practice of using law enforcement to commit suicide. These stories and more explore the research being done in the college, with implications for the world around us. The magazine can also be found on the College’s ISSUU.
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September 15, 2017 by Lynn Roberson
We lost a member of our UNC Charlotte community this weekend. Jeannine Skinner, assistant professor of gerontology/psychology in the Department of Psychological Science, passed away at age 35. Nancy Gutierrez, dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Nancy Fey-Yensan, dean of the College of Health and Human Services, have extended their condolences.
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July 21, 2017 by Caitlin Mauk
This Spring 2017 issue of the UNC Charlotte College of Liberal Arts & Science's Exchange magazine illustrates the theme of mentorship. Stories in this issue confirm that bonds between students and faculty mentors are crucial to the college's mission of educating students to be critical and imaginative thinkers and engaged citizens in a rapidly changing world.
May 29, 2017 by Lynn Roberson
This Fall-Winter 2016 issue of the College’s Exchange magazine showcases the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' commitment to the values of community, of diversity and inclusion, and of ethical behavior. Stories in this issue demonstrate the pervasive engagement of the college and the community in trying to address issues of social justice and societal needs.