North Carolina, Charlotte
Our HxA Campus Community at University of North Carolina, Charlotte is committed to supporting free expression and constructive dialogue for and among faculty, students, and staff.
The HxA Campus Community at UNC Charlotte is currently composed of members from the Free Expression and Constructive Dialogue Task Force who have been working since September 2022 on a faculty free speech resolution and programming to increase engagement in the topics by the campus community. In AY23/24, we will have another faculty learning community as well as students called the Charlotte Conversationalists who will facilitate dialogues among other students outside of the classroom.
We will host events, conduct programs to inform and engage the campus population, integrate content into the curricula, promote opportunities for students to discuss issues both in and out of the classroom, and recommend faculty positions on free speech and expression. And, we will use the Constructive Dialogue Institute's Perspectives curriculum to teach the Charlotte Conversationalists and faculty to incorporate constructive dialogue into their courses.
Meet the leaders building the University of North Carolina, Charlotte Campus Community
Anne Cooper MooreDean, J. Murrey Atkins Library
Matt MetzgarClinical Professor of Economics, Belk College of Business
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