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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April 15, 2020 by Frizzell, Mary Ellen
In this issue of "Exchange," the College magazine, we stop and remember our shared values, and we consider how these touchstone values are helping our community to find the way back from the appalling events of April 30. We include a brief series of stories that highlight the importance that connections have made in the healing process.
March 07, 2019 by Lynn Roberson
This issue of the UNC Charlotte College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ magazine Exchange illustrates how people in the College integrate research, teaching and service into the work being done in the broader community, particularly as focused on social mobility.
June 21, 2018 by Caitlin Mauk
Twelve years ago, the first issue of Exchange was published. With this magazine, we want to connect to our alumni and friends, not just to send a one-way missive, but to invite a response back from you: to exchange. In this issue, we particularly celebrate the exchange that occurs in the student research experience.