Office of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs is one of five 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.

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Latest News

Nominations Requested for 2018 Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award
September 5, 2017
The Outstanding Master's Thesis Award is presented annually in the fall semester. Faculty may nominate a student whose thesis has been accepted in partial fulfillment of master's degree requirements during the past two academic years and/or summer sessions. Fields of Competition:  Life Sciences (1 award) – (e.g., Bioinformatics, Biology, Physiology), as well as new life sciences fields (e.g., Environmental Health, Genomics, Health Science, Kinesiology, Sports Science). 

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Using Curriculog for Course and Curriculum Changes
August 28, 2017
A little background:  During the 2013-2014 academic year, the average Long Form for Course and Curriculum Proposals took over five months (174 days) from the time of origination to the time of approval; the average Short Form took over three months (102 days). This was an average of 138 days for a course and curriculum proposal.   Today: Since the campus-wide launch of Curriculog, proposals started between September and November 2016 averaged 61 days to completion, although more complex proposals are taking somewhat longer. 

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Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence Finalists Announced
August 28, 2017
The five finalists for the Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence have been announced.  Read the article in Inside UNC Charlotte.

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Microsoft Advanced Excel - Upcoming 1 day Class
August 21, 2017
Are you ready to take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level? This upcoming Advanced Excel course is designed for the experienced Excel user who wants to learn to integrate advanced features and maximize efficiency with Excel workbooks. Participants will build on existing skills to link data among Excel workbooks, create lookup formulas, build Frequency functions, protect formulas, create forms and templates, embed and link data among Office applications.

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Niner Research Reception
August 21, 2017
Join the Office of Research & Economic Development for the Niner Research Reception to honor faculty grant recipients and others engaged in research on our campus.

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