2022-23 Donor-Supported Graduate Fellowships Awarded

   April 18, 2022

The Graduate School recently awarded donor-supported graduate fellowships to 14 Charlotte students, representing a broad cross section of academic programs.

Established to support exceptionally talented and committed graduate students, the Graduate School offers a variety of fellowships for program specific research or scholarship. The fellowships are presented annually in the spring...

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Business, Accountancy Colleges Earn Dual Accreditation

   April 15, 2022

UNC Charlotte’s Belk College of Business and its Turner School of Accountancy have...

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Mathematical Finance MS Program Takes #11 Nationwide

   April 8, 2022

Charlotte’s MS in Mathematical Finance program was ranked #11 in TFE Times’ 2022 Master of Financial Engineering program rankings – the program’s highest ranking ever.

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Dean Reynolds Announces Retirement Plan

   April 4, 2022

Associate Provost and Graduate School Dean Tom Reynolds recently announced plans to retire of...

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Graduate Programs Rank Top in the Nation

   March 30, 2022

Charlotte's graduate programs rank among the best in the nation according to the latest from US News and World Report, with eight programs making the top 100 list.

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Davin Receives 2022 Graduate Leadership Award

   March 18, 2022

Dr. Kristin J. Davin is the recipient of the 2022 Thomas L. Reynolds Leadership Award for excellence in graduate program administration. Dr. Davin was selected by a committee of previous winners and will...

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Biological Sciences Researcher Receives Harshini V. de Silva Award

   March 17, 2022

Adam Reitzel, professor of biological sciences, is the 2022 recipient of the Harshini V. de Silva Graduate Mentor Award. He was honored at a special ceremony Tuesday, March 15.

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Meet Ebony Gaillard: UNC Charlotte Ph.D. Candidate

   March 16, 2022

When it comes to managing high blood pressure, Black women are at a distinct disadvantage. But Ebony Gaillard, interdisciplinary Ph.D. student in Kinesiology and Biology, has a plan that could level the playing field.

“In 2018, Black women were 60 percent more likely to have high blood pressure compared to white women...

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GPSG to Host Graduate Student Town Hall with Chancellor Gaber

   March 14, 2022

The Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) will host a virtual Town Hall with Chancellor Gaber and other members of university administration Mar. 23, 4-5pm. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students engage in...

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Belk College of Business Launches Online MBA

   February 22, 2022

The Belk College of Business soon will offer an online MBA to address the needs of an increasing number of professionals seeking an alternative path to an advanced degree.

The online program will be offered in business analytics and digital marketing.

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