Dr. Jeff Barto pUblishes article for SABR


SABR publishes Dr. Barto’s article on Rick Monday’s home run to sink the Expos only postseason appearance.

Dr. Kim Clark, Program Director of our Respiratory Therapy & Respiratory Care Programs has been asked to serve on the Respiratory Care Interest Group for the America College of Chest Physicians. During her 2 year appointment she will be responsible for mentoring and sharing experiences that impact respiratory care. This service appointment is a huge honor and reflects Dr. Clark’s reputation nationally in the field. We are proud that our RT and RC students at Charlotte are getting instruction and career mentoring for the best leaders in the field.


Even during a “normal” week, eating healthy can be a challenge for people across the country. For many, the added pressures of the COVID-19 outbreak may make achieving a healthy diet feel like an especially tall mountain to climb. Registered dietitian Tracy Bonoffski is a lecturer in the UNC Charlotte Department of Kinesiology, and shared […]

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 […]

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 Saving Time begins, there are things you can do to help adjust. WATCH THE VIDEO

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 country picked for the role, she will serve a two-year term as a liaison between local students and APS. Stott will receive funding to attend Experimental Biology, […]

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. Get to know Jordan.

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 of Alternative Textbook Mini- Grant Awards from Atkins Library in Spring 2018. These mini-grants enabled faculty members in various disciplines to change their course […]

Catrine Tudor-Locke, dean of the UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services, was named the 2019 Alumna of the Year by the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. “Catrine is an esteemed researcher known worldwide for her work in the field of walking behavior and an excellent example of alumni who have formed the […]

The UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services is pleased to annouce its 2018-2019 Faculty Teaching and Staff Employee of the Year Awards. Bret Wood, Lecturer Emertius at the Department of Kinesiology, was honored with the Undergraduate Teaching Award.

The UNC Charlotte online bachelor’s degree in respiratory therapy is ranked fifth nationally in the 2019-2020 BestColleges rankings. To compile its rankings, BestColleges reviews data from National Center for Education Statistics. The organization considers the following factors: Academics & Learner Support (50% of total score); Affordability (25% of total score); and Online Programming (25% of […]

Dr. Catrine Tudor-Locke, who will begin her tenure as Dean of the College of Health and Human Services in August, was quoted in a article on health and step-counts. Dr. Tudor-Locke is one of the nation’s foremost experts on the topic. Read the article

The UNC Charlotte community is pleased to welcome Catrine Tudor-Locke as dean of the College of Health and Human Services beginning August 2019. Tudor-Locke joins the University from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she is associate dean for research and administration in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences. Prior to her current […]

Kinesiology master’s student Kaitie Wilkers has been named a UNC Charlotte Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant (TA) for 2018-19. The Graduate School hosts the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award annually to honor top TAs nominated by faculty supervisors for their work. The awards, presented at the doctoral and master’s levels, recognize outstanding and innovative teaching techniques. […]