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As campus emptied on the Friday afternoon before spring break, Noushin Radnia was still hard at work conducting research in Storrs’ digital arts lab. One of three recipients of the School of Architecture’s Scholarship in Practice awards for 2017-2018, Radnia is working toward her master’s degree in Design Computation, a dual master’s program in the fields of architecture and computer science. She plans to graduate from this unique program in spring 2018.
Congratulations to the winners of the 17th Annual Graduate Research Symposium held recently on campus.
The winners include:
Computer Science, Math and Engineering Poster
First Place: Hamidreza Aryan
Second Place: Mir Mehedi Pritom
As temperatures spike each spring, mosquitos start to swarm. They bring with them an increased risk of mosquito-borne diseases and a need to understand how to guard against these pesky – and at times dangerous – insects.
Researchers at UNC Charlotte and the Mecklenburg County Health Department are collaborating on a study to determine which factors in the environment lead to hotspots of mosquito activity – and they need your help.
Heather Smith, professor of geography and earth sciences and director of the doctorate in Geography and Urban Regional Analysis, is the 2017 recipient of the Harshini V. de Silva Graduate Mentor Award. She was honored at a special ceremony Thursday, March 30, at the Harris Alumni Center at Johnson Glen.