VOTER ENGAGEMENT RESOURCES
- Voter Engagement single images (Google Slides and PDF)
- UNC Charlotte Voter Engagement 101 Presentation (Google Slides)
- Atkins Library Voter Engagement Guide
- Facilitating Civil Discourse in Polarizing Times
- Student Voting in North Carolina (Google Document)
- Student Voting in North Carolina (Google Slides)
- I Side With . . .
- Election 2020: A 49er Democracy Experience Presentation from David Goldfield, Ph.D., Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History, UNC Charlotte
A resource guide linking to strategies for facilitating conversations across differences.
Dr. Eric Heberlig, Professor, Department of Political Science and Public Administration.
Let's Talk: Election Edition (for students) - Brief one-on-one drop-in consultations with a CAPS staff member to discuss the impact of the election.
- Thursday, Nov. 5 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2-4 p.m.
Post-Election Gathering Space
This is a space open to all students looking to gather in community and discuss the impact of the election.
- Thursday, Nov. 5 | 5-6:30 p.m. Join the Zoom meeting here or dial 929-205-6099 | Meeting ID: 925 1946 1756.
CAPS offers suggestions as faculty and staff consider ways to support students in navigating election-related stress.
For UNC Charlotte faculty and staff, this is an EAP (ComPsych) webinar addressing the healthy management of media consumption and Election Day stress.
Additionally, EAP is confidentially available to employees and depending on needs, can lead to referrals or other services.
Identity, Equity, and Engagement
- Join the IEE to debrief the election during Race Consciousness Conversations for Students on Thursday, November 5. Register here.
- Join the IEE to debrief the election during Race Consciousness Conversations for Faculty and Staff on Thursday, November 10. Register here.
Rebecca De Luna and the School for Good Citizenship
Exhibit at Projective Eye Gallery now through Jan. 8, 2021.
Sheryl Oring transforms spoken words into visual entities. I Wish to Say is a multidimensional project where Oring sets up a portable office — complete with a manual typewriter — and invites people to dictate postcards to the President. Last March, Oring visited UNC Charlotte and staged three I Wish to Say performances in which nearly 40 responses were recorded and are included in this exhibition.