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MediaMine Aggregates University Social Media Sites

The MediaMine, UNC Charlotte's social media hub, is an ongoing, evolving project focused upon gathering and showcasing social media sites at the University. Understanding that social media can benefit all facets of academia, students, faculty, staff and the community are encouraged to use these resources to engage and be involved.

With more than 750 entries on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Blogger, Flickr, and Instagram, the MediaMine showcases the diversity of campus activities, our student body, and faculty research. Visitors to the MediaMine can filter based on categories such as arts and culture, athletics, global reach, research, and scholarship and academic life to find content that is relevant to their interests. Of particular note are the social media best practices, which provide common-sense guidelines for participating in social media discussions.

Connect with us today! Visit the MediaMine and begin to explore the wide array of networking opportunities.

Artwork by Alumna Carmen Neely on Display

"Accumulations," an exhibit featuring work by UNC Charlotte alumna Carmen Neely, will be displayed through Wednesday, Feb. 4, in the Student Union Art Gallery.

According to the artist,"Accumulations" is the result of a new, more formalist approach to exploration in painting. Her earlier works focused predominately on references to the figure and have stemmed from ideologies about sexuality; Neely’s current compositions focus more intently on qualities of line and organic shape. "Even in their ambiguity these elements lend themselves to many different interpretations, including conversations about the body," Neely said. "In this way, my new work is a continuation of previous inquiries."

Neely’s work has been featured locally at Artspace 711, Twenty-Two Gallery and Hart Witzen Gallery in Charlotte; and Boyd Afficher Gallery in Concord. Images have been published in the University’s Sanskrit Literary-Arts Magazine.