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Find A Summer Ambassador on Campus
March 28, 2017
Two of our Summer Ambassadors, Rose Brown (l) and Amanda Knickerbocker (r) are working hard this month answering questions from prospective summer students. Chole Vines (not pictured) is the third Summer Ambassador. 

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Plan Now for Summer
February 13, 2017
The summer schedule is live!

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Recruiting a Student Summer Ambassador
January 30, 2017
Are you a student who would enjoy talking to your colleagues about summer courses? We are looking to hire a Summer Ambassador from March 13 through April 7. The application closes on 2/15 https://jobs.uncc.edu/postings/14280

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Give Summer Some Credit - Highlights from Summer 2016
October 12, 2016
Before we rush into planning next summer, let's take a minute to look at three places where we need to give credit to Summer 2016. 1) We played a role in graduation! Summer courses provide a path to graduation. Over 880 students finished coursework and applied for graduation in Summer 2016.

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2016 Summer Intensive Orientations
April 25, 2016
The Summer Intensive Orientations courses are designed to provide admitted students with an opportunity to better prepare for courses that are required for majors in Business, Engineering, Mathematics, Computing, Health or the Physical or Social Sciences. Students participating in these week-long courses will also gain experience in the study and problem solving skills, essential for a successful College experience.

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Get ahead this summer! Registration is now open for summer and fall.
March 29, 2016
Summer classes can help you move one step closer to graduation and lighten your fall load! Registration is now open for summer and fall. Note: Not all students register the first day. See Appointment Times on the Office of the Registrar - Registration Information page.) Additional Registration Information

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Summer School 2016 Planning in Progress
October 30, 2015
We hope that your Fall semester is off to a great start! Academic departments are in the process of working to create a Summer 2016 schedule that will help you catch up, get ahead, and graduate on time! The Summer 2016 schedule of classes will be available on the web on December 18th, so you can find courses that will help meet your needs.

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WGST summer courses are online.
June 2, 2015
The Women's & Gender Studies program has a fantastic line-up of 100% ONLINE summer courses this year, and that all of our WGST summer courses are online. 

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Summer 2015 Offerings for Child and Family Development
May 12, 2015
Child and Family Development Are you considering becoming a Child and Family Development major, or are you already a pre-major or minor?  If so, please consider taking the following three courses this summer…..CHFD 2111, 2113, and 2412.  They are required pre-requisites for all majors and minors and taking them this summer will avoid having students fall behind in their plan of study.  A gpa of 2.5 is required to register.  Please contact Deana Murphy if you have questions about the courses or the major/minor.

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Developmental Art available First Summer Session
April 28, 2015
ARTE 2121-010 Developmental Art First Summer Session CRN: 31097 Instructor: Dr. Jane Dalton

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Elementary Japanese I
April 22, 2015
Elementary Japanese I - JAPN 1201-001 CRN: 30282 Acquisition of communicative competence in speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing at a beginning level, with attention to cultural awareness.  First Summer Session:

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Topics in Gerontology: Financial Issues of Aging
April 22, 2015
First Summer Session GRNT 4050-002 CRN: 31086 GRNT 5050-002 CRN: 31088 Instructor: Dr. Judith E. Walsh Dr. Judith Walsh will be teaching a new 5-week "topics" course within the Gerontology Program entitled Financial Issues of Aging (GRNT 4050/5050) which will be of interest to graduate students in the Gerontology program, as well as undergraduates who have declared a minor in Gerontology.

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Political Philosophy Summer Sessions
April 3, 2015
POLS 1170-080Intro Political Philosophy First Summer Session CRN: 30662 Second Summer Session CRN: 40435Instructor: Dr. Nicholas J Caste Hello Students (especially Political Science Majors),

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Like to play in the dirt? Take ANTH 4453 this summer!
March 24, 2015
Join the Schiele Museum of Gastonia, Along with UNC Charlotte students, to excavate at local archaeological sites. Get experience in mapping, excavation, and artifact analysis with Field Project in Archaeology. ANTH 4453 (CRN 30450) | Field Project in Archaeology Monday - Friday, 9:00AM – 1:00PM

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Summer 2015 News - Spring into summer!
March 4, 2015
Spring into summer! Registration for Summer School and Fall term begins on March 23. There are hundreds of on-campus and online courses to meet your needs this summer. Visiting students should apply now in order to register in March.   

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First Annual Summer Summit
August 18, 2014
First Annual Summer Summit: September 26, 9am-12pm Highlights:

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Death and the Afterlife: 100% Online
June 9, 2014
Advanced Topics in Religious Studies:  Death and the Afterlife RELS 3000-081   CRN: 40766 Second Summer 2014

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A Good Life: What is it?
May 22, 2014
Western Historical and Cultural Awareness. “A Good Life:  What is it? LBST 2101-335 CRN: 40760  Second Summer Session

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The Interaction of Modern Thought and Modern Religious Sensibilities
May 8, 2014
Religion and Modern Thought.: The Interaction of Modern Thought and Modern Religious Sensibilities RELS 5101-001 CRN: 30390 First Summer 2014

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Advanced Topics in Religious Studies: Race, Cinema, and Sacred Value: Spike Lee and Quentin Tarantino
May 5, 2014
Advanced Topics in Religious Studies: Race, Cinema, and Sacred Value: Spike Lee and Quentin TarantinoRELS 3000-001 CRN: 31254 First Summer 2014

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Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics
May 2, 2014
Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics 10-Week Summer Session Offerings The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics, is pleased to announce the first offering of our Summer Institute, aimed at graduate students and professionals who are seeking an accelerated program in which to acquire the necessary skills to carry out genomic laboratory processes and analyze the resulting data.

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Communication Campaigns
April 29, 2014
Communication Campaigns   COMM 4145-001 CRN: 30050 First Summer Session 2014Robin Rothberg  

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Studies in Hispanic Children’s Literature
April 24, 2014
Studies in Hispanic Children’s Literature SPAN 4214-001 CRN: 30333 SPAN 5050-001 CRN: 30340 LTAM 4314-001 CRN: 30344 First Summer Session 2014Dr. Ann Gonzalez Interim Chair of Philosophy, Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies

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Class Voice
April 21, 2014
MUSC 1237-001 CRN: 30005 Class Voice First Summer Session 2014Dr. Alissa Walters Deeter Associate Professor of Voice, Vocal Pedagogy  

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Religious Studies: Spotlight on Asia
April 17, 2014
Religious Studies: Spotlight on Asia   RELS 2102-001 CRN: 31216 Introduction to Asian Religions First Summer 2014 An introduction to Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam. Emphasis on the myths, stories, symbols, rituals, ideas, and ethical practices of these religions in their classical formulations and in their contemporary practices. (TWR 11-1:30 Dan White)  Cultural or Textual Analysis   LBST 2102-335 CRN: 31014 Global Connections First Summer 2014

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Complete General Requirements: Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I and II
April 14, 2014
Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I and II UWRT 1101 and UWRT 1102 First and Second Summer Session 2014  

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Summer Course Offering: The Philosophy of Education
April 9, 2014
The Philosophy of Education PHIL 3940-001 CRN: 31252 First Summer Session 2014Beth Mason Part-time Instructor in Philosophy  

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Summer Session for "Theatre and Modernity" Available
February 18, 2014
Theatre and Modernity: 17th - 20th Century Theatre History THEA 3132-001 CRN: 31101 First Summer Session 2014 Dr. Jeanmarie Higgins Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy  

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