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Infertility Talk with Dr. Johnson and Dr. Quinlan

Please join the department of Communication Studies Dr. Quinaln and the department of History's Dr. Johnson  for a discussion on infertility at the UNCC Cone Center, Room 210 on Tuesday, Feb. 28th from 10:00-11:30 a.m. This is a free event and open to the public. This event is sponsored by research on women's health interest group and health academy. Infertility Talk with Dr. Johnson and Dr. Quinlan Read more >>

Forensics Team Finishes Strong at Lynchburg University

The UNC Charlotte Forensics team had a great showing this past weekend at the CFA tournamen hosted by Lynchburg University. Jordan Boyd finished in 1st place for both Declamation and Impromptu speaking and McKenna Jahns received 1st place in Persuasion and 4th place in Impromptu. The team also walked away with the 5th place finish for overall schools. Congratulations again to the team for these... Forensics Team Finishes Strong at Lynchburg University Read more >>

Read it and learn -- February COMMunicator is here!

Ready to learn about scholarships, no-cost events, career and grad school opportunities, and even a faculty fun fact? Read all about it in the February COMMunicator from the Department of Communication Studies!! Read it and learn -- February COMMunicator is here! Read more >>

Emma Butterworth Inside out

'Inside' information: Grad student wins award

Emma Butterworth, a second-year MA candidate in Communication Studies, says she is "extremely honored and excited" to be given the opportunity to share her research at this year's Southern States Communication Association Conference. As well she should be -- not only is Emma's paper the Top Student Paper in Mass Communication, but it's also, in part, about understanding emotions. Emma wrote "... 'Inside' information: Grad student wins award Read more >>

The Acoustics of Care

Quinlan's Documentary Showcases N.C. Organization's Enlarged Scope of Care

It's been three years in the making, but Dr. Margaret Quinlan, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, is ready to share her latest documentary: "The Acoustics of Care." The story of DooR to DooR in Chapel Hill, NC, is where artists draw on narrative resources in attending to and joining with those who suffer. This enlarges the scope of care to more fully acknowledge the... Quinlan's Documentary Showcases N.C. Organization's Enlarged Scope of Care Read more >>