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$18,500 Technology Grant Awarded to Atkins Library

Three group study rooms will receive significant technological and configuration upfittings, along with brand new 55" wall-mounted flat panel monitors, thanks to an $18,500 Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant secured by Michael Winecoff, Atkins Library's associate university librarian for technical services.

Congratulations Undergraduate Research Conference Winners

Picture of winnersThis year's UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Research Conference showcased over 60 undergraduate students, representing the widest range of disciplines since its inception.  Keynote addresses were given by UNC Charlotte's  Dr.

Lots of Scholarships and Internships Available through 49er Democracy Experience!

Students have several opportunities for scholarships and internships through UNC Charlotte's 49er Democracy Experience.  Please see the February and March application deadlines below. For more information, visit Good luck!

Librarians Secure Grant for Student Research Success

To support student success in the research process, four Atkins Library librarians have secured a $2,500 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant, awarded by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The proposal, Strengthening Students’ Research Skills through Librarian-Faculty Collaboration, describes how librarians will closely collaborate with selected UNC Charlotte professors, and their students, to develop and experience well-designed research assignments.

Apply Now for Undergraduate Research Awards

Atkins Library is proud to host the first annual UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Research Awards Conference, a research project competition and showcase, open to ALL undergraduate students. In addition, students can compete for the Atkins Library Undergraduate Research Awards: three awards of $1000 each in the categories of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Physical Sciences. To find out how to participate in both activities, please visit

Federal Grant to Plan Charlotte Area History Project Awarded to Special Collections

Atkins Library Special Collections was awarded a $6,350 grant to plan a digital program called Living Charlotte: the Making of a New South City. Special Collections will use this money to determine partner cultural heritage institutions in hopes to present a broad range of local historic materials in digital format, highlighting the community’s unique experiences from the Reconstruction period to the present.

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