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CLGO wins Outstanding Organization Award

Congratulations! The Children's Literature Graduate Organization (CLGO) just received the Outstanding Graduate Student Organization Award.  The competition was among university-wide graduate student organizations. The award recognizes the graduate student organization that demonstrated consistent flexibility, initiative, creativity, and perseverance.  The winning organzation, according... CLGO wins Outstanding Organization Award Read more >>

Valerie Bright wins Award

Bright Awarded CLAS Outstanding Teaching Award

Valerie Bright, MA, a lecturer whose courses include "Literature for Young Children," was awarded the 'Outstanding Teaching Award by a Part-Time Faculty Member' for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.  Congratulations for a very well deserved award. Bright Awarded CLAS Outstanding Teaching Award Read more >>

Kevin Chauncey-Receives Award

Kevin Chauncey Receives Grad Teaching Assistant Award

Kevin Chauncey, an M.A., student working in the area of linguistics, received the Graduate Teaching Assistant Award from UNC Charlotte's Center for Graduate Life. Kevin, who will be completing his M.A. this semester served as a Teaching Assistant for Professors Ralf Thiede and Alan Rauch.  In addition to his remarkable work with students, Kevin and the members of the English Graduate Student... Kevin Chauncey Receives Grad Teaching Assistant Award Read more >>

Gardens & Verses

Join us at the Botanical Gardens gazebo on Thursday, April 19th (11:00 am-2:00 pm) for a three-hour celebration of the relationship between gardens and language in honor of Earth Day. We will read poetry and other writings about nature. Stations will be set up for composing about Nature, and a scavenger hunt will ask  participants to locate plants in the gardens that are found in various... Gardens & Verses Read more >>

Anita Moss

Anita Moss (1943-2018)

It is with the deepest sorrow that we acknowledge the death of Professor Anita Moss, Professor of English, who taught at UNC Charlotte for 46 years. Dr. Moss was admired and respected by all of her colleagues and loved by virtually every student who was fortunate enough to take a course with her. Her classes in Children's Literature encouraged students to explore new ideas using theoretical... Anita Moss (1943-2018) Read more >>