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.
Two of UNC Charlotte’s outstanding graduate students represented the university at the 2017 Graduate Education Day at the General Assembly in Raleigh, sponsored by the North Carolina Council of Graduate Schools.
Sara Sagui-Henson and Peter Fields were recently selected the Graduate School’s Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistants for 2017. Sara is pursuing a Ph.D. in Health Psychology and David is working on his master’s in English.
The awards, which included a $500 check, were presented April 21 at the Center for Graduate Life (CGL).
Over 1,000 graduate students will be honored with their higher education degree this May. This marks the 32nd year UNC Charlotte has awarded graduate degrees.
Graduate education at UNC Charlotte is flourishing and on the rise with over 150 programs in an array of interdisciplinary fields.
As campus emptied on the Friday afternoon before spring break, Noushin Radnia was still hard at work conducting research in Storrs’ digital arts lab. One of three recipients of the School of Architecture’s Scholarship in Practice awards for 2017-2018, Radnia is working toward her master’s degree in Design Computation, a dual master’s program in the fields of architecture and computer science. She plans to graduate from this unique program in spring 2018.