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Minutes and other records of the UNC Charlotte Staff Council, previously the Staff Organization
Records of the Student Government Association of Charlotte College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte covering topics such as legislature proceedings, student organizations, finances, activity fees, elections, and administrative matters.
Reports from the Robert A. Taft Institute of Government and photographs of the Institute's summer seminars held at UNC Charlotte.
The UNC Charlotte Institutional Memory collection consists of oral history interviews about the life and culture and UNC Charlotte. The collection includes interviews with and about Bonnie Cone, administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
UNC Charlotte is a magazine intended for UNC Charlotte alumni and friends. It is published four times a year by UNC Charlotte University Communications.
The UNC Charlotte Photographs Collection consists of prints, contact sheets, slides, and negatives of people, places, and events associated with UNC Charlotte from the time of its inclusion in the University of North Carolina System in 1965 to 2006.
This collection consists of issues of the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology published by the UNC Charlotte Department of Psychology.
This collection consists of UNC Charlotte campus directories published between 1962 and 2014. They contain basic campus information and directory information for students, staff, and faculty.
Records of the the Faculty Constitution Committee and its successor Committee on University Governance consisting of materials from three loose-leaf notebooks compiled by Newton H. Barnette, the committee chairman.
This collection consists of issues of the periodical UNCC News (previously titled Charlotte College News), which was variously published by the Charlotte College Alumni Association, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Alumni Association, and UNC Charlotte.
Records of the University Transition Opportunities Program (UTOP).
Papers documenting Witherspoon's work as a Methodist Minister and a Professor at UNC Charlotte. Includes wedding and funeral programs, lecture notes, memorabilia, photographs, publications and audiovisual material. The first accession consists primarily of non-university related correspondence files (1983-94) of Loy H. Witherspoon, former professor of Religious Studies at UNC Charlotte.