The General Education Task Force has made its Phase 1 Recommendations and is scheduling two open Town Hall meetings next week to get your feedback:
After over eighteen years as provost, I have informed the Chancellor of my intention to step down at the end of the academic year. Even with all the ups and downs and challenges we have faced over these past several years, I still cannot imagine a job I would have enjoyed more. I work with incredibly talented people to achieve a lofty...
To: All Faculty
Subject: Faculty Classroom Guidance during Pandemic
As you welcome students to your class -- whether through email, Canvas message, or in person -- you may wish to share this information regarding health and safety during the pandemic.
As we prepare for the start of classes for the fall term, I am writing to remind you of the importance of communicating with all faculty members the content and significance of the University policies, especially those applicable to faculty members. Please reserve time in a faculty meeting to highlight these...
TO: UNC Charlotte Faculty
FROM: Joan F. Lorden, Provost
Kevin W. Bailey, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
RE: University/Classroom Expectations of Students Related to COVID-19
We write to remind faculty of the protocol that was established last year surrounding violations of ...
As we prepare for fall, I need to bring to your attention to adjustments to the class schedule that you will need to incorporate into your syllabus planning.
As part of the schedule of events associated with the installation of Chancellor Gaber, classes will be canceled on Thursday, September 23, 2021, to allow faculty and students to participate in...
The Faculty Council has made an amendment to the Undergraduate Pass/No Credit (P/N) grading procedure for the Spring 2021 semester. This amendment will simplify the process for undergraduate students and faculty while still limiting the number of P/N elections...
As indicated in my December 11 email, the grading period will open tomorrow. For undergraduate students who have elected Pass/No Credit grading, you will see four options:
After receiving additional feedback from students and faculty, the exception to the Undergraduate Grading Policy for the 2020-21 academic year has been amended with two changes. The amendment recognizes the need to record letter grades in prerequisite courses while...