Graduate Students

Anti-Racism Graduate Certificate Program

The Graduate Certificate in Anti-Racism provides a coherent curriculum that draws from four content courses addressing race and racism in professional or organizational spaces. The Certificate caters to individuals interested in an advanced degree that provides an...

Co-designer, co-director

A collective of people working to develop core knowledge and practices in Anti-Racism Mission: ARC promotes an understanding of race, racism, and anti-racism within systems Vision: We provide a coherent curriculum to address race, racism and anti-racism in...

Affinity Lunches

Each month the CGLL hosts a lunch for graduate students who self-identify as a member of an affinity group. Deans join to hear from the students about their concerns and challenges.

Diversity Research Showcase

Graduate students will present their diversity related research though a poster session. Special focus on research related to community partners is highlighted.

Diversity Scholar Showcase

This new program will select, award and feature research being done by graduate students in the DEI space. The showcase will place an emphasis on research that helps the Charlotte or campus community.

Equity policy review

A team of faculty are reviewing Graduate School policies for equity and bias.

Faculty Fellow for Diversity Initiatives

The Graduate Dean has/will hire a faculty fellow to work on diversity initiatives in the Graduate School.

Topics of Diversity and Inclusion (GRAD 6000/8000)

This credit bearing course is offered through the Center for Graduate life and Learning. This courses examines issues of diversity and inclusion from a multi-disciplinary perspective.

The PhD Project

To recruit potential doctoral students from underrepresented groups and support students from underrepesented groups considering graduate study.

Course Activities

MPAD 6311 Introduction to Nonprofit Management--data analysis to show the stark lack of diversity in the governance of nonprofits (e.g., governing boards members, board chairs, executive directors) and we discuss ways to improve this. Also, discuss a lot about how...