This fall, the football team will play one weekday game at home - Friday, October 27. When the University hosts weekday football games, classes are not canceled. Faculty and students will be responsible for all required hours and faculty should make alternative arrangements for classes and labs scheduled to take place on the main campus after 2:30 p.m. in accordance with the UNC Charlotte Academic Procedure: Schedule Interruption Guidelines. If faculty members wish to reschedule an in-class meeting day, Tuesday, October 24, 2023, has been designated as a makeup date. Due to this class schedule change for Fall 2023; syllabi should be adjusted accordingly.
Atkins Library will be closed on Thursday, June 29, and Friday, June 30. Services will be provided online at library.charlotte.edu.
The Canvas Studio video platform is replacing Kaltura Video. Videos from My Media should be transferred to the Canvas Studio Library at this time. Visit the resource page to learn how to locate your existing videos in Studio, request new closed caption files, create new videos using Studio, and prepare your course(s) for the Summer and Fall semesters.
The Women + Girls Research Alliance (W+GRA), a unit of UNC Charlotte’s urbanCORE, unveiled key findings on issues impacting women and girls across the Charlotte metropolitan region. The Alliance presented its findings during the Taking Space Without Apology: A Women and Girls Leadership Café Data Report Luncheon held on June 19, 2023, at the Popp Martin Student Union. W+GRA Executive Director Michelle Meggs, stated, “The café serves as an extension of the work that the W+GRA does to improve the lives of women and girls in the Charlotte metropolitan area by facilitating partnerships with researchers, community leaders and civic investors that produce data-based transformative outcomes. I not only believe in providing safe spaces, but brave spaces, where women and girls can be heard and be authentic.”
Top findings which resulted from the Leadership Café hosted by the W+GRA in October 2022 revealed:
High rates of poverty and economic insecurity, particularly among women of color and single mothers
High rates of certain health conditions, such as mental health disorders and maternal mortality and morbidity
Caregiving challenges, such as lack of paid parental leave and affordable childcare options
Harassment and violence including domestic violence
Disparities in healthcare access, quality and affordability
Workplace and school-based inequities, including gender-based pay gaps and exposure to career paths
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