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Charlotte Observer: Exercise Science Alumna Perseveres for Career in Air Force

   May 27, 2020

by: Theoden Janes, Charlotte Observer

This was to be a celebratory spring for Alison Cruise.

The UNC Charlotte alumna learned last summer that the U.S. Air Force would promote her to major this May, and she was excited...

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Remembering Roy Fielding

   May 18, 2020

The UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services extends sympathy to the family and friends of former senior lecturer Roy Fielding, who passed away Friday.

Fielding had been a fixture at the university since 1977 through his recent retirement. He served as lecturer, aquatics director and senior lecturer in the Department...

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Charlotte Observer: COVID-19 Robbed Them of Graduation, But These Exercise Science Majors are Leaving with Something Better

   May 12, 2020

by: Laurie Larsh

There is no pomp or circumstance for UNC Charlotte graduates Jordan Scott and ...

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WCNC: Respiratory Therapy Students Aiding Coronavirus Response

   April 24, 2020

UNC Charlotte students are joining medical professionals on the frontline of the coronavirus response. WCNC highlighted their impact and the quality of UNC Charlotte's respiratory therapy program. 

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How to Eat Healthy at Home

   April 9, 2020

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How to Stay Active When You Can't Leave Home

   March 18, 2020

Kids are out of school for at least the next couple of weeks, and many parents are working from home. With retailers, theaters, gyms and other businesses closing due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy for adults and children to lose their motivation to get moving. But you don’t have to go stir crazy. Juliana Marinoprogram director for the Bachelor...

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ABC 11: Sleep Science Professor Discusses Daylight Savings Time

   March 10, 2020

Dr. Mary Ellen Wells, director of the Neurodiagnostics and the Sleep Science program for the UNC School of Medicine and UNC Charlotte, spoke with ABC 11 about Daylight Savings Time. She said that when it comes to sleep and Daylight...

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Biology Doctoral Student to Serve as Ambassador for the American Physiological Society

   February 24, 2020

UNC Charlotte biology doctoral student Nicole Stott has been selected as a graduate student ambassador for the American Physiological Society (APS). 

As one of five students across the...

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We Are All Niners: Meet Jordan Scott

   November 12, 2019

Meet Jordan Scott, a senior exercise science major from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Like many students, Jordan wanted to leave home for college and chose UNC Charlotte because it offered so many opportunities. Graduating in May, he’s eager to put his degree to work and feels ready to hit the ground running.

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How Do I Help Students Learn Better?

   September 10, 2019

by: Dr. Tricia Turner, Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology

This month’s Story From the Frontline is from Dr. Tricia Turner, a faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology, who received one...

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