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Charlotte Online graduate programs rise in national rankings
Three master’s disciplines received rankings including top 50 recognition for education and nursing.
   January 24, 2023
UNC Charlotte’s online graduate programs received national recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 Online Master’s Programs rankings, which were released Tuesday, Jan. 24. Three master’s disciplines received U.S. News rankings, including top 50 recognition for education and nursing. Here’s a look at the new graduate program rankings. Best Online Master’s in Education  The Cato...

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Seven questions to get to know Charlotte’s new interim associate provost and dean of the Graduate School
Pinku Mukherjee, a leader transforming how cancer is diagnosed & treated, joins the Graduate School.
   January 20, 2023
Pinku Mukherjee, the Irwin Belk Distinguished Professor for Cancer Research and previously the associate dean for research and graduate education in the College of Liberal Arts...

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UNC Research Seeks to Better Understand Risks of Human/Animal Interaction
CIPHER Studies Key to Improving Response to Virus Spread
   January 19, 2023
This feature by UNC Charlotte's Phillip Brown introduces the innovative researchers Dan Janies and Adam Reitzel who head up Charlotte's Center for Computational Intelligence to Predict Health and Environmental Risks (CIPHER), and who are helping us understand the links in nature that can affect the spread of harmful viruses. CIPHER's interdisplinary approach to bioinformatics and...

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Four Resources That Every International Graduate Student Should Be Familiar With
Pranamita Chakraborti, Graduate Admissions Ambassador, shares resources available at UNC Charlotte.
   January 17, 2023

Being an international student comes with its own unique challenges....

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Graduate School Tips from a Distance Education Alumna
UNC Charlotte offers remote and in-person resources to help navigate your journey.
   January 10, 2023

Distance learning presents unique opportunities and challenges....

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Congratulations to the Class of 2022 Graduate Niners
Over 1,200 graduate degrees were conferred at Fall Commencement.
   December 21, 2022
The Fall 2022 Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 16 at the Dale F. Halton Arena included degrees conferred to 1,266 doctoral, master’s and certificate students. The 6 p.m. Graduate School Commencement was one of three ceremonies hosted by the University over the weekend.   Graduate Spotlights This year’s graduates included several stand-out students: Ashley Acosta M.A. in...

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The Harmonic Confluence of 3-D Printing, Additive Manufacturing and Helping Others
   December 13, 2022
Taylor Barrett-Crvich, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, has long been fascinated by the relationship between music and mathematics. Now in her second year studying materials science in the William States Lee College of Engineering, Bareet-Crvich is taking that interest into the orchestration of 3-D printing.  Read more at Inside UNC Charlotte.

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Juniors & Seniors: Introduction to Graduate Education Opportunities Coming Spring Semester
   December 7, 2022
UCOL 3401 - Graduate Educational Opportunities is a 1 credit-hour, first-half session course offered by the Graduate School in the spring semester for juniors and seniors to explore various aspects of graduate education. Now in its 12th year, the course was designed to provide talented students who affiliate with less represented groups a deep dive into graduate education, including what...

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Charlotte Research Discovery Could Benefit Pancreatic Cancer Patients
   December 7, 2022
UNC Charlotte’s Mukulika Bose, ’22 Ph.D., her mentor Pinku Mukherjee, Irwin Belk Endowed Professor of Cancer Research and other Charlotte researchers invented an antibody that could be used to slow pancreatic cancer relapse and metastasis Read the full story in Inside UNC Charlotte.

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Student Veterans Uphold Charlotte’s Military Friendly Reputation
   December 5, 2022
UNC Charlotte students Angel Rodriguez and Bethany Mavromatis, both veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, lead efforts to engage other veteran students on campus.  The two founded Student Veterans of America chapter SVA-49s to provide greater opportunity for veterans to connect on campus. Read more at Inside UNC Charlotte.

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