Dr. Tina Chen is among a group of women at UNC Charlotte who are making a mark locally, regionally, nationally and internationally through research collaborations and groundbreaking work in data science.

Paulina Salinas Hernandez, a senior double majoring in electrical engineering technology and German, moved with her family to the United States from Mexico in 2020.

How UNC Charlotte leads the field of metrology, the science of measurement

The UNC Charlotte Alumni Association bestowed its 2024 Alumni Awards to six outstanding individuals for their service to their professions, communities and the University Friday, March 1, at the UNC Charlotte Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. 

The honorees included two Niner Engineers who continue to forge the future for students, the university and the broader community.

William States Lee College of Engineering celebrated the launch of the Charlotte Aviation Innovation and Research Institute (AIR) Thursday evening with a recognition of partners, an art unveiling and a student research showcase.

The National Science Foundation has featured Hamed Tabkhi, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, as its first Featured PI spotlight for the Smart & Connect Communities Virtual Organization.

BATT CAVE, UNC Charlotte’s research center, is embracing — and guiding — the future of battery technology.

CLEANcarolinas, a National Science Foundation Developmental Innovation Engine awarded to UNC Charlotte’s EPIC and partners, together with the NC Department of Commerce and the NC Towers Task Force, co-hosted a series of outreach and planning events recently in Charlotte focused on offshore wind in the Carolinas.

The W.S. Lee College of Engineering’s Online M.S. in Engineering Management program was ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report today.

UNC Charlotte is now part of the National Science Foundation I-Corps Hub Mid-Atlantic Region, a network of 11 universities that helps researchers translate inventions to the marketplace.