The Graduate School's role is to foster excellence in all dimensions of post baccalaureate studies and is the primary advocate for graduate education and for graduate students at the University. Graduate education functions to explore and advance the limits of knowledge and define the state of the art in an academic discipline. Our purpose is to serve society's needs in specific technical and professional ways as well as the need for intellectual expansion. In accomplishing this mission, the Graduate School values integrity, collaboration, efficiency, innovation, and inclusiveness in all that it does.
UNC Charlotte’s Graduate School and the State of São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP; http://fapesp.br/en) enter into their fourth round of funding Charlotte and São Paulo based researchers in a joint initiative known as the SPRINT Program, (São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration). The program’s overarching goal is to initiate research projects that grow into larger efforts which attract funding from FAPESP and the U.S.
Counseling student LaTonya Summers is one of 22 doctoral scholars across the United States to be selected for the Minority Fellowship Program by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). As a result of this honor, Summers will receive $20,000 and training to support her education and facilitate her efforts with underserved minority populations.
Abhimanyu Dhone, who receives his master’s degree in electrical engineering this Saturday, will ring the UNC Charlotte bell at the afternoon commencement ceremony. Ringing the bell is an honorable tradition that recognizes an outstanding graduating student leader who has demonstrated exemplary 49er spirit through their involvement with organizations, voluntarism, and/or service to
UNC Charlotte researchers Dr. Daniel Janies and Adriano De Bernardi Schneider were featured on WSOC Channel 9 in a segment covering the Zika virus. They are among a group of University faculty and graduate students, studying the Zika outbreak and developing ways to control it.
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