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International Experiences Continue during Pandemic with Globally Networked Learning

Several Faculty Members Update Curriculum to Provide Student Engagement with Partner Universities
   April 11, 2021

Some faculty members refused to give up on providing their students with a global learning experience during the pandemic, so they partnered with the Office of...

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Community Talk to Discuss Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice

Join the discussion with Author Karen Cox, Historian Willie Griffin and Architect Emily Makas
   March 19, 2021

Join Karen L. Cox in conversation on her book No Common Ground: Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice. The virtual talk will be held April 22 from 5:30-7 p.m.

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Schedule Change to Student Move-In; Student Accommodations Requested

No Assignments Due or Tests Administered Feb. 19, 22
   February 17, 2021

Due to the inclement weather schedule changes that were announced in today’s NinerNotice, please be aware that dates have moved forward by one day for those students moving into residence halls. We previously announced the need for student accommodations related to residence hall move-in, and now ask you...

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Community Talk to Discuss Gene Nichol's "The Faces of Poverty"

UNC Charlotte in collaboration with the UNC Press presents 'As a Matter of Fact'
   February 4, 2021

Join Gene R. Nichol, the Boyd Tinsley Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in conversation on his...

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Changes to Grade Election Implementation for Spring 2021

   January 22, 2021

          Dear Colleagues:

The Faculty Council has made an amendment to the Undergraduate Pass/No Credit (P/N) grading procedure for the Spring 2021 semester. This amendment will simplify the process for undergraduate students and faculty while still limiting the number of P/N elections...

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Updated Academic Dates and Deadlines

   January 14, 2021

As Chancellor Gaber stated on Monday, the University has made...

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Emergency Relief Fund Providing Direct Student Aid

   January 13, 2021

UNC Charlotte has been granted $727,808 from the Governors Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER), which is a program of the Education Stabilization Fund created by the CARES Act and administered by the U.S. Department of Education. The funds will be used entirely for student aid to help current students be able to continue their education this semester. ...

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Grading Options for Undergraduate Students

   December 17, 2020

Dear Faculty:

As indicated in my December 11 email, the grading period will open tomorrow. For undergraduate students who have elected Pass/No Credit grading, you will see four options: 

  • H (Passing with an A, B  or C grade)
  • P (Passing with a D grade)...

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Amendment to P/N Grading Election Includes H Grade Designation

   December 11, 2020

Dear Colleagues:

After receiving additional feedback from students and faculty, the exception to the Undergraduate Grading Policy for the 2020-21 academic year has been amended with two changes. The amendment recognizes the need to record letter grades in prerequisite courses while...

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Grade Election Deadline Extended to Dec. 16; New Grade Designation Added

   December 11, 2020

After receiving additional feedback from students and faculty, the Undergraduate Grading Policy for the 2020-21 academic year has been amended.  Undergraduate students may elect P/N grading in up to three courses during the academic year. 

 

There are two changes:  ...

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