Corbin Peters

Duke Energy
Social Media Specialist

Biography

Corbin Peters is a former undergraduate academic intern. He grew up in Hickory and majored in communications studies at UNC Charlotte. Corbin was the online managing editor of the UNC Charlotte student newspaper, Niner Times.

Education

B.A. in Communications, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Articles

  • ui.uncc.edu
    Sep 02, 2013
    Organizers are hopeful for a strong turnout for Saturday's annual creek clean-up, Big Sweep. Already 500 people have registered; last year 300 volunteers took part and pulled 10,000 pounds of trash from streams in the county. To register, click here. (Photo: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services.)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Sep 02, 2013
    Organizers are hopeful for a strong turnout for Saturday's annual creek clean-up, Big Sweep. Already 500 people have registered; last year 300 volunteers took part and pulled 10,000 pounds of trash from streams in the county. To register, click here. (Photo: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services.)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Jun 03, 2013
    Mecklenburg County residents can add one more item to the growing list of uses for their smartphones: reporting water pollution. (Photo: Nancy Pierce)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Apr 17, 2013
    The Farmstead, a proposed development in Granite Quarry, would tap into the national enthusiasm for local food and local farms by building a suburban subdivision with a farm in the middle and gardens for homeowners. (Photo: Concord Builders)
  • ui.uncc.edu
    Apr 17, 2013
    The Farmstead, a proposed development in Granite Quarry, would tap into the national enthusiasm for local food and local farms by building a suburban subdivision with a farm in the middle and gardens for homeowners. (Photo: Concord Builders)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Mar 21, 2013
    Two of the region's main streets have won this year’s Great Places in North Carolina competition. Union Street in Concord and Main Street in Davidson were recognized among the state’s top downtowns in a competition from the N.C. chapter of the American Planning Association.(Photo: Nancy Pierce)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Mar 01, 2013
    UNC Charlotte Parking and Transportation Services representatives have been investigating the possibility of bringing a bike-share program to the 26,000-student campus northeast of uptown Charlotte.
  • plancharlotte.org
    Feb 06, 2013
    As breweries sprout across the Charlotte region, an industry group of local brewers and beer lovers is working with Charlotte planners to make city zoning more beer-friendly. (Photo: NoDa Brewing)
  • ui.uncc.edu
    Feb 06, 2013
    As breweries sprout across the Charlotte region, an industry group of local brewers and beer lovers is working with Charlotte planners to make city zoning more beer-friendly. (Photo: NoDa Brewing)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Dec 17, 2012
    The College Downs parking problem is likely a preview of issues to come, as the whole city grows denser. As multiple interests compete to use limited public space – and streets are public spaces – the question of who can and can’t use that public space is sure to arise again. Who gets to decide: homeowners or those – including renters – who need the streets for parking?