Diane Gromelski

Diane is the Copy Editor of the Niner Times and a junior English and political science major.

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MAX promotes arts Uptown

| April 22, 2015 | 0 Comments
MAX promotes arts Uptown

UNC Charlotte College of Arts and Architecture has developed and launched the Mobile Arts and Community Experience (MAX), a transportable performance venue and community assembly space. MAX was unveiled to the public on April 10 on the Levine Avenue for the Arts, housing musical, acrobatic and theatrical performances throughout the weekend. A number of other […]

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MetLife Foundation donates 100K to Women in Business program

| February 11, 2015 | 0 Comments
MetLife Foundation donates 100K to Women in Business program

The Belk College of Business announced on Jan. 26 that they are working with the MetLife Foundation to create a “Women in Business” leadership program. The program will be designed and run by the Student Center for Professional Development (SCPD) in coordination with MetLife and is likely to begin in fall 2015. MetLife has been […]

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Mickelson named 2014 University Professor

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments
Mickelson named 2014 University Professor

When Roslyn Mickelson became a high school social studies teacher in 1970, she had no intention of ever becoming a college professor, but when she began to notice the ways in which the demographics changes in her community and in her students were affecting the dynamics of her classroom, she was inspired to attend graduate […]

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Inaugural Albert Scholars named

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments
Inaugural Albert Scholars named

Once a student in The William States Lee College of Engineering, and now the director of the largest global and civil engineering company in the nation, Craig Albert is giving back to his alma mater by funding a merit-based scholarship program for upcoming innovators in the field of engineering. The program, titled the Albert Engineering […]

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