The Research Miners

Behind every machine, there are parts that make up the whole. This page is dedicated to the parts that make this page function, from researching the facilities on UNC Charlotte's campus to diving into the internet to bring readers entertaining and interesting information in a concise and easy to view format. These are your Research Miners:

James Hathaway: ... is the manager for Research Communications in UNC Charlotte's Office of Research and Economic Development. He a professional science writer with a 20+ years of experience as a university public information officer. In freelance science writing, he has specific interests in microbial and landscape ecology, but he has written professionally in his university employment about virtually every field of research from quantum mechanics and cosmology to linguistics, history and philosophy. He is also a creative writer, with an MFA in poetry from Cornell University, and winner of a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship in 1982.

Kristina Drye: A rising junior at UNC Charlotte pursuing a double major in International Studies and Political Science with a minor in Russian. She is a C.C. Cameron and Provost Scholar, a Fowler Scholar and is enrolled in the University Honors Program. In her spare time, she is also
President of the university's highly successful Model United Nations Program.


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