Members of the graduate faculty at UNC Charlotte have distinguished themselves both as teachers and as leaders – in the lecture hall and through their research. Graduate Program Directors (GPDs) take on an added role for adminstration of the graduate program(s) in their department.
GRADUATE FACULTY Appointment
Members of the graduate faculty are appointed by departmental leadership and usually serve a three-year term. Graduate faculty are selected based on their demonstrated ability to teach graduate students effectively, complete high quality creative work and to conduct scholarly research and direct the research of graduate students. College Deans and department chairs nominate candidates for graduate faculty. For more information, visit Graduate Faculty Nomination.
GRADUATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Graduate Program Directors (GPDs) are responsible for administration of the graduate program(s) in their department and serve as the primary point of contact with the Graduate School. GPDs are selected by their academic department or program from among tenured or tenure-track graduate faculty.
News, information, advising tools and detailed responsbilities for GPDs can be found at GPDNet (log in required).
For more information, explore the links on the left and bottom of this page, or contact Annette Parks.
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