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A Special Message from Dr. Ross and Dean Davis

MLK Celebration 2023

Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Join Chancellor Sharon L. Gaber on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 3:30 p.m. in McKnight Hall, Cone University Center, as she welcomes three Charlotte alumni for the annual MLK Celebration featuring a panel discussion on “From Dream to
Ra'Quan Leary smiling while holding the golden pickaxe

Ra’Quan Leary’s Golden Niner Win a ‘Dream Come True’

Ra’Quan Leary’s Niner Nation story is one that many students share across the country: he went to the school that made the most sense for him financially. Three years into his time at Charlotte, a school he said fell into his lap, Leary was named as the University’s second-ever Golden Niner.
UNC Charlotte students in cap and gown at commencement

Fall Bell Ringers Display Niner Pride from Unique Perspectives

Aleksandr Wittemann, RajaSangeetha Vijayam and Jackie Gonzalez were chosen as bell ringers for UNC Charlotte’s 2022 Fall Commencement, which takes place on Friday, Dec. 16 and Saturday, Dec. 17.
Louis Monetti with his hand on his mouth in shock winning a national championship.

Charlotte Grad Monetti Earns Fishing National Title, Ready for Next Adventure

Monetti graduated from Charlotte in May with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, marketing. A few months later, Monetti, along with Michael Fugaro, would earn Charlotte’s bass fishing team the Team of the Year honor for the 2022 Strike King Bassmaster College Series. Then, on Oct. 3, Monetti won the Bassmaster College Classic Bracket, taking down Florida Gateway College’s Seth Slanker in the championship.
Administrators across the UNC System sit and listen to a lecture during the Financial Literacy Symposium.

Charlotte’s Financial Literacy Symposium Brings UNC System Together

The UNC System’s inaugural Financial Literacy Symposium, hosted at UNC Charlotte Nov. 3-4, aimed to help UNC System universities launch sustainable and responsive student-focused financial literacy programs on their campuses, following a model set by UNC Charlotte. Charlotte launched Niner Finances, the system’s first comprehensive college student-focused financial literacy program, in 2020. 
Members of Student Niner Media at MediaFest22 in Washington D.C.

Student Niner Media Publications Receive National Recognition

Pictured, left to right: Justice Silver, Uptown Audio; Sanura Ezeagu, Midas Magazine; Zach Jenkins, Nova; Sunnya Hadavi, Niner Times; and not pictured: Joshua Wood, adviser.

Students cheering at a LAN event for Niner Esports

Niner Esports Nominated for Collegiate Program of the Year

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UNC Charlotte Partners to Certify High School Teachers in Economics and Personal Finance

Día de Muertos graphic with picture of Rosalia Torres-Weiner

Torres-Weiner Brings Día de Muertos to Charlotte’s Campus with Ofrenda Building

UNC Charlotte is celebrating Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, with a three-day event led by local artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner. 

Starting Sunday, Oct. 30, students will begin building an Ofrenda in the Popp Martin Student Union (PMSU) Art Gallery. Ofrendas are elaborately decorated altars used to celebrate deceased loved ones during Día de Muertos.