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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Migration, asylum and belonging: an old German issue in a changing world
April 10, 2017
Patrice G. Poutrus, University of Vienna's Institute for Contemporary History Wednesday April 12   ♦    CHHS 281   ♦    2:00 - 3:15

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Diversity and Inclusion Summer Institute
April 10, 2017
This institute, May 15-18, is designed to help faculty understand the principles of inclusive curriculum design and develop strategies for implementing those principles. Apply online to attend.

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Dean of College of Computing and Informatics Candidates to Present
April 3, 2017
Dates and times have been announced for the public presentations of candidates for the position of Dean of the College of Computing and Informatics.  For additional details, please visit the Search webpage.

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Ventureprise NBC Shark Tank Casting Call
March 27, 2017
Shark Tank, the critically acclaimed, business-themed show is continuing the search for the best entrepreneurs with the best businesses and products that America has to offer. The Emmy-winning show features The Sharks – tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons who give budding entrepreneurs the chance to make their American dreams come true; potentially securing deals that could make them millionaires.

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William Worthy's Passport: Travel Restrictions and the Cold War Struggle for Civil and Human Rights
March 27, 2017
In April 1964 Malcolm X boldly challenged black activists to “expand the civil rights struggle to the level of human rights” and “take the case of the black man in this country before the nations in the U.N.” But nearly two years earlier, William Worthy, black America’s star foreign correspondent, had taken his case before both U.S. courts and the United Nations.

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