Children's Literature Colloquium

Children's Literature Colloquium

   March 13, 2018

The Children's Literature Graduate Organization id delighted to announce the 2018 Colloquium on Children's Literature.  March 15th, 2018.  9:30 am - 3:30 pm. Cone 111.
Click HERE for the Program! The guest speakers include Drs...

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Seuss-a-thon 2018:  A Hit!!

Seuss-a-thon 2018: A Hit!!

   March 4, 2018

SSeuss-a-thon 2018 was a remarkable success!  Families with their children found Park Road Books bustling with other families and kids listening to UNC Charlotte faculty and friends reading stories from Dr. Seuss.  One of the notable readers--not from UNC Charlotte--was Senator Jeff Jackson (District 47) who did a wonderful job with Yertle the Turtle, one of  Seuss's political fables...

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SEUSS-A-THON-2018

SEUSS-A-THON-2018

   February 26, 2018

Come one, come all! Come young, come old!  
The English Departrment is sponsoring the 7th Annual Seuss-a-thon commemorating the 114th anniversary of the birth of Theodore Seuss Geisel, AKA Dr. Seuss.  Faculty, Students, and friends will be reading from Seuss's renowned books for children. And there will be activiries for children as well. Everyone is invited!!...

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Bobbie Cavnar (MA 2011) Named the Nation’s Top Teacher

Bobbie Cavnar (MA 2011) Named the Nation’s Top Teacher

   February 16, 2018

Bobbie Cavnar, who received his MA in English from UNC Charlotte (2011), has been named the  nation’s best teacher for 2018, by the National Education Association (NEA) Foundation. Bobbie's remarkable achievements, intellect, and skill inspired the faculty who taught him and now inspire his own students.  You can read more about Bobbie in the...

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The Child in Southern Literature & Film

The Child in Southern Literature & Film

   February 9, 2018

A panel discussion in the Halton Room of the Atkins Library launched the events that will explore ‘THE CHILD IN SOUTHERN LITERATURE AND FILM,’  (The film series and upcoming events can be found here.) The panelists contributed to a special issue of The Southern Quarterly, edited by Prof. Mark West...

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