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Office of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs is one of four administrative divisions at UNC Charlotte.  The Office of Academic Affairs/Office of the Provost oversees all operations of the Division of Academic Affairs, providing administrative oversight and academic leadership.

Latest News

Shannon Homesley selected as Executive Assistant to the Provost
September 26, 2014
We are pleased to welcome Shannon Homesley to the Office of Academic Affairs as Executive Assistant to the Provost. 

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Graduation Cap
Catalog and Curriculum Management Software
September 23, 2014
As part of the Graduation Initiative, UNC Charlotte is adopting a new catalog content management system, Acalog, and a paperless course and curriculum approval process system, Curriculog.  These two new software programs are part of the multi-step initiative designed to clarify degree requirements, reduce barriers to student progression, and aid in students’ ability to successfully navigate their curriculum. 

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New Director of Disability Services Gena Smith
September 15, 2014
On September 15, 2014, Gena Smith became the new Director of Disability Services at UNC Charlotte, reporting to Dr. Cynthia Wolf Johnson, Associate Provost for Academic Services. 

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Graduation Initiative Launch
September 12, 2014
The Office of Academic Affairs announces its Graduation Initiative; a multi-step effort designed to clarify degree requirements, reduce barriers to student progression, and aid in students’ ability to successfully navigate their curriculum. 

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Sign Up to Teach in the New Active Learning Classrooms
September 10, 2014
Would you like to teach in a brand new learning space on campus?  UNC Charlotte has launched a new initiative in classroom design to promote active and collaborative learning and to increase student engagement.  There are two new rooms in Kennedy which differ significantly from other classrooms throughout campus; one room holds 126 students and the other holds 36.  If you wo

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