Each year the Graduate School appoints a group of continuing graduate students to serve as Graduate Life Fellows. The Graduate Life Fellows (GLFs) offer guidance and promote engagement through first-hand experience, peer mentorship and graduate student events. Each GLF receives an award for their contributions to the UNC Charlotte graduate student community. Have questions about graduate school or grad life in general? Email the Gradlifefellows@uncc.edu!
The Graduate School’s Center for Graduate Life is seeking a team of continuing doctoral and master’s students to serve as the 2014-2015 Graduate Life Fellows! Students selected will come from various disciplines, and will be charged with developing programs and activities that build graduate community at UNC Charlotte. Each Fellow will receive a $5,000 award for his/her year of service.
The Graduate Life Fellow application is provided below. Please read the information sheet carefully for eligibility requirements. You may also contact Coren O’Hara, Coordinator of Professional Development, for more information.
The 2013-2043 Fellows (from left to right):
Claire Schuch - Ph.D. student, Geography & Urban Regional Analysis
Yamuna Rajasekhar - Ph.D. student, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Nicole Laville - Master's student, Mechanical Engineering
Christopher Glover - Ph.D. student, Curriculum & Instruction
Tammy Wilborn - Ph.D. student, Counseling
Emmanuel Bello-Ogunu - Ph.D. student, Computing & Information Systems
Shannon Hosey - Master's student, Architecture
As GLF's, these students participate in our New Graduate Student Orientation, and organize a number of programs and events for UNC Charlotte's graduate community.
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