Tag: Chancellor Philip Dubois

Five topics the chancellor discussed on his campus tour

| September 29, 2017 | 0 Comments
Five topics the chancellor discussed on his campus tour

Chancellor Philip Dubois welcomed new members of the UNC Board of Governors to campus Sept. 22 with a bus tour. During the tour, he mentioned some of UNC Charlotte’s current and future projects as the university attempts to accomodate its growing population. 1. Construction As the bus passed through South Village, Dubois pointed out that renovations […]

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Levine Hall provides a prestigious space for UNC Charlotte’s most prized students

| April 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Levine Hall provides a prestigious space for UNC Charlotte’s most prized students

  Driving through the main entrance of UNC Charlotte, students, staff, faculty and visitors are welcomed by the University’s most prestigious building, the Leon and Sandra Levine Residence Hall, which holds over 400 of the University’s most accomplished and capable students- members of the Levine Scholars Program and the Honors College. Opened in 2016, Levine Hall […]

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A look into the decision-making process of delaying, canceling classes

| February 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
A look into the decision-making process of delaying, canceling classes

Throughout Feb. 16, UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip Dubois was wrestling with a decision. “I remember that the issue I was wrestling with on that first day (Monday) was whether we were going to OS2 (Adverse weather operations, cancelled or delayed classes) or whether we should close under OS3 (Emergency Event operations, cancelled classes, closed offices, […]

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Board of Trustees approves of Health and Wellness Center fee for 2015-2017

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Board of Trustees approves of Health and Wellness Center fee for 2015-2017

The UNC Charlotte Board of Trustees has approved a Health and Wellness Center fee that will collect funds for the construction of a new Health and Wellness Center (HWC), which will be implemented in the 2015-17 school years. Following the Student Advisory Board meetings that were held Nov. 12-13, the requested fee increases for the next two […]

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Jerry Richardson to host first-ever community event

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Jerry Richardson to host first-ever community event

Jerry Richardson Stadium will be buzzing with excitement on Saturday, Oct. 11 – and it won’t be because of a football game. For the first time ever, UNC Charlotte will host a community event within the walls of its newest stadium. Buddy Walk, hosted by the Down syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte (DSAGC), is a […]

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PORTAL brings business community closer, offers new opportunity for the university

| March 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
PORTAL brings business community closer, offers new opportunity for the university

The official opening of UNC Charlotte’s newest structure, the Partnership Outreach and Research To Accelerate Learning (PORTAL) building, has got 49ers and Charlotteans alike buzzing with talk of opportunity, partnership and growth. The 96,000 square-foot building was created to serve as “an expanded visible and proximate platform for a variety of activities that will bring […]

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Governor McCrory speaks at PORTAL opening ceremony and building dedication

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
Governor McCrory speaks at PORTAL opening ceremony and building dedication

On Friday, Feb. 28, North Carolina State Governor Pat McCrory and UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip Dubois among other campus leaders and community business entrepreneurs gathered to welcome the opening of UNC Charlotte’s Partnership Outreach and Research To Accelerate Learning building. The PORTAL building was created to encourage the development of entrepreneurial research and relations between students, faculty […]

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SGA Update – Feb. 6

| February 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
SGA Update – Feb. 6

Probation Act Dr. Arthur Jackson took the podium. To review and give feedback on the recent Probation Act. He told the senate that the Probation Act must be introduced as a bill. There is an impeachment process, which requires a petition signed by ten percent of the student body. Jackson said the act cannot be […]

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Campus residential construction increases as university plans for the future

| January 14, 2014 | 3 Comments
Campus residential construction increases as university plans for the future

University Master Plan shows the expectation for the on-campus housing boom Brick by brick, UNC Charlotte’s glistening red buildings create a distinctive landscape for the university. With the growth this urban university is experiencing, concern for more of the brick buildings is spreading, especially dormitories for the increasing student population. Although the university has opened […]

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Student Alumni Ambassadors hold campus-wide food drive

| February 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
Student Alumni Ambassadors hold campus-wide food drive

Beginning Monday, Feb. 27, the Student Alumni Ambassadors of UNC Charlotte will host the Chillin’ with the Chancellor canned food drive. All food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank, which assists financially unstable individuals and families in the Charlotte area. “Most of what is raised will be going to help out our local community,” said Britney […]

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UNC Charlotte will not see marching band with addition of football

| February 5, 2012 | 7 Comments
UNC Charlotte will not see marching band with addition of football

As the first football kickoff draws nearer, something is still missing. Players? Check! Hyped 49er fans? Check! Marching band? Maybe later. “It was always our intention and still is our intention to have a marching band,” said Darin Spease, senior associate ahletic director for Business Affairs. Due to funding, however, UNC Charlotte will not have […]

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