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Mock Trial Teams

Two teams from UNC Charlotte competed in the Grand Strand Mock Trial Invitational hosted by Coastal Carolina University on October 15-16. The "A" team won third place in the tournament with a record of 6-2. Additionally, UNC Charlotte Political Science majors won 5 of the 12 individual awards. Senior Christopher Dong won Best Attorney, junior Bailey Russell won Best Witness, and sophomore major... Mock Trial Teams Read more >>

Model United Nations Offers Opportunities to Learn, Volunteer

Students participating in UNC Charlotte's Model United Nations this fall are finding increased opportunities to compete nationally and internationally, as well as options for volunteering in the local community. They will be participating in three conferences this semester. The first is the 27th Annual Carolinas Conference hosted by our organization at UNC Charlotte, the second will be the... Model United Nations Offers Opportunities to Learn, Volunteer Read more >>

Students Gain Skills with N.C. Student Legislature

UNC Charlotte students are learning research and debate skills through their participation in the North Carolina Student Legislature. Students participate in a model General Assembly and gain valuable insight into how the state engages in policymaking. They also learn to express their own beliefs and ideas with confidence..... https://exchange.uncc.edu/students-learn-research-debate-skills-in-nc-... Students Gain Skills with N.C. Student Legislature Read more >>

MPA Program Builds Support, Wins Recognition

The Gerald G. Fox Master of Public Administration has earned national recognition, including being named the nation's second-best value MPA degree and ranking in the top 25% of public affairs programs by U.S. News & World Report. The program has worked to endow its longest-awarded scholarship, the Burkhalter-Rassel Scholarship, and welcomed Tom Barth as its new director.... http://mpa.uncc.... MPA Program Builds Support, Wins Recognition Read more >>

Students Learn About Election Process at National Conventions

Five UNC Charlotte students attended the two presidential nominating conventions this summer - one as an elected delegate and four through an academic program with The Washington Center. Four of the students are pursuing majors or minors in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, while the fifth is a finance major in the Belk College of Business.... https://exchange.uncc.edu/students-learn-... Students Learn About Election Process at National Conventions Read more >>