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Seventh Class of Levine Scholars Named

Twenty young leaders from high schools across the United States comprise the seventh class of UNC Charlotte’s Levine Scholars Program. They will join the University starting with the fall 2016 semester.

The University’s most prestigious merit scholarship is valued at approximately $105,000 for in-state students and $155,000 for out-of-state students. It covers full tuition, fees, housing, meals, books and summer experiences. Additional funding is provided to support community service work and professional development during the scholars’ academic years.

"The response of top students from North Carolina and around the country continues to be outstanding," said Chancellor Philip L. Dubois. "As with the first six classes, the students who will join us this coming fall as Levine Scholars are among the very best that can be found. We are very pleased that they have chosen UNC Charlotte."

Faculty Artwork to be Part of Spartanburg Exhibit

Five faculty members of the Department of Art and Art History will be part of the group exhibition "Pacts and Invocations: Magic and Ritual in Contemporary Art," which opens Thursday, June 23, at the Spartanburg Art Museum.

Curated by Assistant Professor of Print Media Erik Waterkotte, "Pacts and Invocation" will feature work by 10 artists, including UNC Charlotte faculty members Malena Bergmann, Aspen Hochhalter, Anna Kenar, Janet Williams and Waterkotte.

An opening reception will be held from 5:00 - 8:00 PM Friday, June 24; the exhibition will be displayed through Sunday, Aug. 28. The museum is located at the Chapman Cultural Center, 200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg, S.C.