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Development, Settlement, Health & Sustainability in Global Cities: The Shanghai Experience

Shanghai flyer Final.pdf Development, Settlement, Health & Sustainability in Global Cities: The Shanghai Experience GEOG 3000/SOCY 2090 & URBS 3050/LBST 2102 (6 total credit hours) | Summer 1, 2017 Month long interdisciplinary course using Shanghai, China as “living laboratory” through which to explore multiple dimensions of urbanization in context of globalization. See flyer for... Development, Settlement, Health & Sustainability in Global Cities: The Shanghai Experience Read more >>

Position Information - Assistant Professor in Urban Geography

Assistant Professor in Urban Geography, Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Position Information - Assistant Professor in Urban Geography Read more >>

Position Information - Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology or Hydrometeorology

Job Posting Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology or Hydrometeorology, Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Position Information - Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology or Hydrometeorology Read more >>

UNC Charlotte Meteorology Alumni Covering Hurricane Matthew

As Hurricane Matthew approaches the southeast US, there are a number of UNC Charlotte graduates that are working this storm from a Meteorology stand point.  Below are a list of a few that will be working the storm. Garrett Bedenbaugh is in Jacksonville at WJAX- Action News Jacksonville.  Kaitlin Wright is in Myrtle Beach at WPDE.  Jonathan Weant is at WCTI in New Bern... UNC Charlotte Meteorology Alumni Covering Hurricane Matthew Read more >>

Teachers Observing Peers Program: HUMANS TRANSFORMING THE ENVIRONMENT, LBST 2213

William Garcia is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Earth Science. He uses lecture, whole class discussion, and small-room breakout sessions as well as informal group work using think-pair- share and a classroom response system. His teaching philosophy is to divide the course into two weekly lectures and smaller discussion or break-out sections. "In lecture we use a variety of methods... Teachers Observing Peers Program: HUMANS TRANSFORMING THE ENVIRONMENT, LBST 2213 Read more >>