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Exhibitors will have space available on the day of the Undergraduate Research Conference (April 25) for tables where representatives will offer information about their group of interest to participants and spectators.   Eligible groups are UNC Charlotte organizations, both student-run and university-run, whose missions have relevance to promoting undergraduate research and/or scholarship.

Tuesday, April 1, is the deadline for submissions for the Undergraduate Research Conference, scheduled for Friday, April 25, at the Barnhardt Student Activity Center.  

UNC Charlotte Faculty: Search for eBooks to use in your classes

North Carolina’s General Assembly enacted several controversial election administration issues in the past year—cutting early voting, requiring photo identification for voting and changing the machinery on which NC voters will cast ballots in the future.

Horse- and mule-drawn streetcars first appeared in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1887. In 1891 the animal-powered cars were replaced by electric trolleys running on expanding routes. By the early part of the 20th century, new tracks had opened new neighborhoods to development including Elizabeth and Myers Park. The last of the trolleys, Streetcar No. 85, was retired in March 1938.