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Art Exhibition: "The Faces of Colombia - The Invisible Communities"

Presenting works by award-winning and published-artist Donna Slade, the paintings created for this exhibition show the faces, communities and children of...

Faculty Art Exhibition

The faculty from the Art, Design and Music Department celebrate visual arts with paintings, prints, ceramics, photographs, interiors and digital media in...

Bechtler Ensemble

The Bechtler Ensemble performs, featuring guitarist and Queens professor Bob Teixeira, violinist Lenora Leggatt, and cellist Tanja Bechtler, founder and...

Book Discussion: The New Jim Crow

Join Professor Emily Seelbinder and the Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement team for a lunch time discussion of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration...

Concert: Chócala

Chócala is the sonic amalgamation of pan-Latin rhythms, rock and jazz with a touch of tropical psychedelia, resulting in an experimental, yet approachable,...

Women in Entrepreneurship Panel

As part of the “2019 Women Entrepreneurship Week” that is being celebrated around the globe, the Entrepreneurship Leadership Circle and McColl School of...

On the Table Charlotte: "Finding Home: Where Do I Belong?"

Join Queens students, faculty and staff for a conversation on how we define home and belonging in our community. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP...

HR Leadership Summit

A comprehensive educational program for HR professionals, the ninth annual Human Resources (HR) Leadership Summit is for professionals seeking to effectively...

BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture: Stephen De May, N.C. President, Duke Energy

Join Stephen De May, N.C. president of Duke Energy for this BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture. De May is responsible for the financial performance of Duke...

Tri-Beta Haunted House

Tri-Beta's Haunted House is an annual horror open to the whole campus. During this event, McEwen building is transformed into a spooky haunted house with...

Arte Latino Now

Arte Latino Now exhibits the works of Latino artists selected by national competition. The show highlights the diverse cultural and artistic contributions of...

Wells Fargo Audit Information Session

Come meet the Wells Fargo Audit Team along with Queens alumnus, Brijesh Patel '18. Learn more about their open internship and full-time positions. You do not...

Dr. Ronald L. Jackson II: "The Dangerous Public Fantasies of Post-Racialism and the Black Bogeyman"

Whether it is through the perspective of Colin Kapernick or Donald Trump, the broader U.S. public continues to be reminded and assured that we are anything...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "Mass Incarceration and Life After Reentry"

A screening of the documentary film "Life after Life," directed by Tamara Perkins, followed by a panel discussion. "Life After Life" follows the stories of...

Opening Reception: Arte Latino Now - An Exhibition of Latino Artists

Arte Latino Now exhibits the works of Latino artists selected by national competition. The show highlights the diverse cultural and artistic contributions of...

Diwali Celebration

Belk Chapel, the Interfaith Leadership Council, and the Hindu Center of Charlotte have partnered to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, at Queens!

Ann Tarwater Lecture: "John Witherspoon and the Enlightenment - How Faith and Reason Came Together in the American Founding"

The founding of the American Republic was unlike the beginning of any other nation. But was America founded as a Christian country based on God and his Word?...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "The Justice System"

Staged reading of original play "Death of Justice," by Rev. Dr. Willie J. Keaton Jr., Greenspon Center justice organizer and pastor of Mount Olive...

Anxiety and Depression Discussion

A discussion on anxiety and depression led by Mara Teal, a therapist with Southeastern Psych.

Queens Theatre Presents "The Taming" by Lauren Gunderson

What happens when a Miss America pageant contestant, an ultra-conservative senator's aide and a bleeding-heart liberal blogger converage in a hotel room?...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "Reentering the Community"

A presentation and discussion of the challenges and legal barriers of reentry from jail and/or prison with a panel of leaders in law enforcement including...

Lowe's Corporate On-Site Information Session

This is a great opportunity to visit the corporate headquarters of Lowe’s Companies, Inc., a Fortune 50 company located just up the road in Mooresville, NC....

Interview Workshop

Solid interview preparation significantly increases your chances of having a successful interview. This workshop will provide valuable tips on how to...

Mozart and More: Queens Choirs Fall Concert

Mozart’s Solemn Vespers are anything but – his setting of five psalms and the Magnificat for chorus, soloists and orchestra is one of the great composer’s...

Student Lecture: Michelle Alexander

Michelle Alexander is a legal scholar, social justice advocate, New York Times columnist and visiting professor at Union Theological Seminary. Her acclaimed...

Holiday Books & Coffee Featuring Best-Selling Author Mary Alice Monroe

Our annual holiday season kick off this year features New York Times bestselling-author Mary Alice Monroe. Monroe has authored more than 20 novels, including...

Internship Presentations

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about organizations, possible internship opportunities and various career paths as Queens students present on their...

The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical presented by Actor's Theatre of Charlotte

You asked for it! The lovable, zany residents of Armadillo Acres are back! While preparing to decorate for a holiday contest, a new Scrooge-like resident...

Moravian Love Feast

Please join us in this long-standing tradition at Queens, consisting of readings from scripture, singing of Christmas carols and beautiful music from the...

Art Exhibition: "A Citizen of No Nation"

The series, A Citizen of No Nation, is one woman’s visual reconstruction of her family genealogy and exploration of the dichotomy of being descended from...

World Within Worlds Within Worlds: A Brief Introduction to Contemporary Comics Studies

Comic books and graphic novels tell stories about superheroes, adventurers, and people just like us, but we’re only beginning to really learn how to read...

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill presented by Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte

Philadelphia, 1959. Billie Holiday is giving one of her last performances, a riveting portrait of the lady and her music mere months before her death. This...

Wine and Wisdom Series

Rabbi Judy Schindler invites you to come out to the Selwyn Pub for study and socializing. Bring a friend, grab a glass of iced tea or wine, and enjoy...

Artist Lecture: "A Citizen of No Nation"

Toni Lovejoy’s recent work, A Citizen of No Nation, explores the issues of slavery and its ongoing impact in our society. It is her visual reconstruction of...

Coser y Cantar (A Play): Dolores Prida

Delores Prida’s play Coser y Cantar examines the concept of identity experienced by those of us that live on the fence between two identities in the United...

Witherspoon Lecture: Anil Singh-Molares

The Witherspoon Lecture investigates the ethical, moral, and religious implications of advancements in society. This year's speaker is Anil Singh-Molares. ...

Seeing Israel through a Jewish and Christian Lens

Rabbi Judy Schindler and Reverend Nancy Ellett-Allison are teaching a spring community course on seeing Israel through a Jewish and Christian lens. This...

David Johnson: "Refocusing Our Perspective on the Developing World"

Come listen to stories and view photographs that will refresh your perspective on the potential that lies within girls and women living in global poverty....

Student Music Recital

Come out to support our Royals as they showcase music repertoire they have been working on.