Alan Boyette

Members of the UNCG Community and Guests:

Welcome to the Division of Academic Affairs and the Office of Academic Administration. Below is a list of the areas that report to this office, with contact information and links to their respective pages. I hope you find the information you are seeking. If we can assist you, please contact us at your convenience.

– J. Alan Boyette, Ph.D. Senior Vice Provost

Offices Comprising Academic Administration

Academic Resources & Budget

Ms. Liz Meeks

Associate Vice Provost
(336) 334-4036
ewmeeks@uncg.edu

Ms. Michele Laudenbacher

Budget/Finance Manager
(336) 334-4023
mjboltuc@uncg.edu

Budget planning and resource allocation; financial analyses of appropriations; ongoing budget administration; fiscal policy development; administration of faculty salaries and salary policies; consultation to faculty and academic administrators regarding financial matters and business operations.

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Academic Technology Planning

Ms. Gloria Thornton

Associate Vice Provost
(336) 334-5494
gethornt@uncg.edu

Works with areas reporting to the Provost to identify, evaluate, and prioritize technology needs for academic and administrative purposes. Develops technology plans to support strategic priorities, and communicates needs within Academic Affairs and to ITS, advocating for effective resource allocation. Provides education and recommendations to meet needs with cost-effective, robust solutions.

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Assessment and Accreditation

Dr. Jodi Pettazzoni

Director
(336) 334-5535
jepettaz@uncg.edu

Supports the University by leading activities related to University-wide accreditation and institutional effectiveness. Provides consultation, training, and administrative and technical support related to assessment, including General Education, internal and external academic program change procedures, SACSCOC compliance, and strategic planning activities for faculty and staff.

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Faculty Employee Relations

Dr. Alan Boyette

Vice Provost
(336) 334-5494
jaboyett@uncg.edu

Consultation with faculty and academic administrators (deans, heads/chairs, program directors) on any aspect of faculty employment, including, but not limited to, grievances, due process claims, and informal concerns about actions/observations within the faculty workplace.

Faculty Personnel Services

Ms. Andrea Whitley

Associate Vice Provost
(336) 334-4212
arwhitle@uncg.edu

Ms. Anjanie Moscatello

Director of Faculty Personnel Services
(336) 256-8537
agmoscatello@uncg.edu

Management of the appointment process for faculty; management of the promotion and tenure process for faculty; administration of personnel policies; maintenance of faculty personnel files; facilitation of workshops on personnel procedures for units and departments.

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Faculty and EHRA Staff Immigration Services

Ms. Leigh Olsen

Assistant Vice Provost
(336) 334-5398
leigh.olsen@uncg.edu

Advises department and foreign national faculty/EHRA staff on aspects of non-immigrant and immigrant work authorization processes; liaison with the University and government agencies, such as US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of State, and Department of Labor; preparation of immigration documents, such as applications to obtain, extend, or change status.

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Institutional Research

Dr. Larry D. Mayes

Associate Vice Provost and Director
(336) 334-9876
ldmayes@uncg.edu

Dr. Sarah Carrigan

Director
(336) 256-0397
sarah_carrigan@uncg.edu

For General Questions, contact oir@uncg.edu

Collects, analyzes, and disseminates information in support of institutional planning, policy formation, and decision making.

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Policy Development, Maintenance, Support, and Interpretation

Ms. Leigh Olsen

Assistant Vice Provost
(336) 334-5398
leigh.olsen@uncg.edu

Maintains all academic personnel policies and maintains the Policies, Procedures and Forms web page; provides academic personnel policy interpretation and seeks clarification of such policies from General Counsel or UNC General Administration; drafts academic policy statements for approval by Provost, Chancellor, Faculty Senate, and/or Boards of Trustees/Governors, as appropriate.

Visit The University Policy Manual for campus-wide policies and procedures.

Space Management

Ms. Judy Smith

Director
(336) 256-0467
jcsmith8@uncg.edu

Ms. Maggie Chrismon

Space Coordinator
(336) 334-3502
mgchrism@uncg.edu

Provides official UNCG building numbers, room numbers, and facility abbreviation codes; maintains official space inventory and building floorplans; provides basic facility information, including addresses, floorplans, and basic use statistics on behalf of UNCG; addresses and coordinates space requests and assignments, both on long-term and semester basis for all dedicated spaces; provides consultation services on space use questions.

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University Teaching and Learning Commons

Dr. David Teachout

Director
(336) 334-4759
djteacho@uncg.edu

The Teaching Innovations Office offers innovative programming and professional development resources and spaces aimed at encouraging our faculty community to explore, develop, and share ideas about teaching that foster innovative environments in which all learners can succeed.

The Residential Colleges Office oversees Ashby, Grogan, and Strong Residential Colleges and provides support for faculty interested in piloting innovative course approaches with highly motivated students who are immersed in environments that integrate academic pursuits with residential life.

The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office provides professional development resources for faculty to encourage research skills development and to promote and support student success through faculty-mentored undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative inquiry.

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Middle College at UNCG

Mr. Timothy Sands

Liaison
(336) 256-0365
tpsands@uncg.edu

The Middle College at UNCG is recognized as a Cooperative Innovative High School by the NC Department of Public Instruction and serves as a Guilford County magnet high school.

Total enrollment at the school is approximately 200 students (grades 9-12). Students complete their high school requirements while also earning up to two years of college credits. A distinctive feature of the Middle College at UNCG is the Pathways program. This initiative focuses on immersing Middle College students in shadowing and internship experiences on the UNCG campus and in the community in the areas of Youth Development, Health, and Medicine.