College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Events

February 19 - March 20, 2020

Wednesday, February 19

Great Decisions Lecture Series: China's Road into Latin America

The Great Decisions lecture series is an opportunity for citizens to meet, discuss and learn about some of the issues facing our world. Dr. Gregory Weeks,...

Thursday, February 20

2020 Levine Lecture: "The Fighter and the Victim: Two Enslaved Women in the Life of Frederick Douglass"

Join us for the Center for the Study of the New South's Annual Levine Lecture, this year featuring Dr. Bill Andrews of UNC Chapel Hill. Dr. Andrews will...

Friday, February 21

Luke Dollar

Luke Dollar is a National Geographic Explorer and a wildlife biologist with more than 25 years' experience coordinating conservation, research, educational,...

Saturday, February 22

Pruning Workshops

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Saturday, February 22 Beginner Class 11 - 12 pm and Advanced Class 1 - 4 pm Informed and well-timed pruning can improve woody plant health, improve plant...

Pruning Workshops

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Saturday, February 22 Beginner Class 11 - 12 pm and Advanced Class 1 - 4 pm Informed and well-timed pruning can improve woody plant health, improve plant...

Tuesday, February 25

Jean-Francois Gisimba (L) and Carl Wilkens (R) in London (2011). ”In 1994, against huge odds, two men saved hundreds of Tutsis during the genocide in Rwanda."

“So what would you do if, like Carl Wilkens, you were caught in the middle of a genocide?,” asked Nicholas Kristof in a New York Times profile of Wilkens. ...

Wednesday, February 26

LIEUTENANT GENERAL MICHAEL K. NAGATA

Lieutenant General Michael K. Nagata, a native of Virginia, graduated from Georgia State University and was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in 1982. He...

Saturday, February 29

Winter Walk

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Date: February 29 Times: Winter Walks and Family Winter Walks begin at 1:00 and 2:00 pm and will last approx 45 min each Cost: $5 per person per walk;...

Winter Walk

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Date: February 29 Times: Winter Walks and Family Winter Walks begin at 1:00 and 2:00 pm and will last approx 45 min each Cost: $5 per person per walk;...

Saturday, March 14

4th Annual UNC Charlotte Religious Studies Graduate Conference

The theme of this year's conference is Sensory Cultures of Religion. Through art, food, sacred objects, or ritual practice, religions often embrace a...

Sunday, March 15

Stories in the Woods

Sunday, January 19, February 16, and March 15. 12:30-1:30pm. ( in case of inclement weather the event will be cancelled) Do you love when stories take...