The Pfeiffer University Wind Ensemble will present its annual spring concert at 7 p.m. on April 20 in the Henry Pfeiffer Chapel on the Misenheimer campus.
The performance is free and open to the public.
The ensemble will include a number of transcriptions from the operatic repertoire and will feature guest piano soloist Dr. Glenn Harman (a concert pianist and oboist) and faculty soloist Steve Harrill (assistant professor of music). Details: 704-463-3040.
Pfeiffer University now offers a theology graduate degree program.
The School of Religion will offer a Master of Arts in Practical Theology degree scheduled to start this fall on the university's Charlotte campus. Previously the Master of Arts in Christian Education, the new program has been restructured to reflect the current burgeoning fields of ministries and today's ministerial requirements.
Details: 704-945-7315; firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Elementary School in Mooresville recently held an evening of fun, food, and learning through a family unity meal at the Winnie Hooper center.
Students, families and staff enjoyed games, pizza, and guest speakers educating attendees on topics such as responsible finances and the importance of academics.
Alexandra Shue, a junior at UNCCharlotte, was selected to serve as a member of the National Leadership Council for the 2010-11 academic year.
The council is a leadership opportunity offered by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an honor society inviting freshmen and sophomores who display leadership qualities.
Originally from Huntersville, Alexandra is president of the UNCC chapter of NSCS, president of the Student Alumni Ambassadors and a member of the University Honors program. She also participates in intramural basketball, is a member of Niner Nation Gold and is involved with on- and off-campus volunteer work.
Compiled by Daniel Hartis.