Senior Academic Officer & Staff
Warwick Arden, Ph.D.
Interim Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs | 919-962-4614
Dr. Arden leads the development and implementation of the academic mission of the University of North Carolina. He advises the UNC President and the Board of Governors on academic issues. He works with the Chancellors and Chief Academic Officers of the seventeen constituent institutions in the implementation and assessment of University-wide initiatives in academic affairs.
Academic Planning and Quality
Vice President for Academic Planning and Quality | 919-962-2620
Dr. Cohen-Vogel is responsible for coordinating the efforts of Institutional Research in collecting, editing, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting data; leading Academic Affairs efforts to transition to a relational database and reporting environment; coordinating and integrating information gathered for use with other divisions at UNC GA; providing data and information to address ad hoc administrative issues; leading the Institutional Research staff; and communicating with the 17 campus Directors of Institutional Research and other data providers on data collection requirements.
Ms. Bageant's primary responsibility is to provide leadership in the collection, documentation, maintenance, and use of the information databases kept by the Division. She is responsible for the design, integration, and management of all of the data files collected from the 17 constituent UNC campuses, NCCCS, NC State agencies, and Federal agencies and maintained by the division.
Director of Institutional Reporting | 919-962-4552
Mr. Helton coordinates the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) web-based collections for the University of North Carolina institutions and serves as keyholder for the IPEDS surveys that UNC General Administration is required to complete. He works with the 17 UNC campus institutional research offices in collecting, editing, data-cleansing, and reporting of Student Data Files for applied, enrolled, and graduated students.
Ms. Blackwell serves as the program director for the joint grant funded project between University of North Carolina and North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) entitled "Credit When It's Due". This project is a collaborative effort between the UNC and the NCCCS to create a statewide reverse transfer process, a process that will minimize barriers to postsecondary education and maximize student success.
Mr. Hill coordinates the collection and publication of space inventory and utilization data for all 17 constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina, the 58 community colleges, and the participating private institutions in North Carolina. He also maintains the Facilities Condition Assessment Program (FCAP) database on which repair and renovation funding allocations are based.
Academic and Student Success
Karrie Dixon, Ph.D.
Vice President for Academic and Student Success | 919-843-5008
Dr. Dixon is responsible for leading UNC's Office of Academic and Student Affairs. She serves as the chief student affairs officer of the University, is the Principal Investigator for the North Carolina College Access Challenge Grant, is the liaison between General Administration and the seventeen constituent institutions on issues primarily related to university policies regarding financial aid, athletics, and student health, and is the primary education representative to the CFNC partnership.
Tracey Ford, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs | 919-962-4907
Dr. Ford oversees policy issues for student affairs, career services, disability services, campus safety and financial aid. She provides leadership for special projects that represent innovative collaborations among the 17 constituent institutions, the North Carolina Community College System, the independent colleges and universities in North Carolina, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and with other constituencies.
Director of Transfer Articulation | 919-445-9683
Ms. Philyaw-Rogers serves as the primary contact for UNC's 16 constituent institutions on the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between the UNC system and the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS). She also provides support and leadership for all activities associated with the maintenance, development, review, implementation, and evaluation of the transfer articulation process and of all current /future UNC courses through the CAA and among UNC institutions.
Senior Finance Officer | 919-843-4962
Ms. Wright is responsible for financial management of all Federal grants and state funds awarded to Academic and Student Affairs. She is responsible for the processing, recording, classifying, examining, monitoring and analysis of financial transactions, inclusive of personnel records, facilities management and purchasing. She is directly engaged in the budgeting, cost accounting, and fiscal operation of grants/state funds and the application of organizational and Federal guidelines to ensure compliance.
CFNC Pathways Partnership
Director | 336-256-0117
Mr. Wiles leads the CFNC Pathways Partnership team in carrying out six primary program areas: CFNC Technology and Internet Services, Publications, Educator Training, Contact Center (CFNC.org), Spanish Services, and Career and College Planning Curricula. He works closely with CFNC partners and educators statewide on initiatives to improve college access. He oversees all technology and internet efforts affiliated with College Foundation of North Carolina via CFNC.org. Mr. Wiles is also instrumental in the outreach efforts of CFNC, including training, curriculum development, partnerships, operations and marketing.
Senior Associate Director for Technology and Internet Services | 828-262-7819
Ms. Greene oversees the technical development, support, and training of the program serving all 110 colleges and universities in the state as well as the user community of students, parents, and secondary and postsecondary education professionals.
Academic and University Programs
Alisa Chapman, Ed.D.
Vice President for Academic and University Programs | 919-843-8929
Dr. Chapman responds to K-16 education system initiatives, policy implementation, and legislation impacting teacher and school leader preparation and development throughout the University.
GEAR UP North Carolina
Director, GEAR UP North Carolina | 919-962-3355
Ms. Cutler-White is responsible for the daily operations of the GEAR UP North Carolina grant, its office and team members. She advises the 19 school districts served through the state grant in the development of their annual GEAR UP budget requests and work plans. In addition, she monitors school district programming and expenditures to ensure all are in line with federal and state guidelines and regulations.
Associate Director, GEAR UP North Carolina | 919-843-5875
Ms. Fisher is responsible for coordinating and implementing the annual statewide College Application Week program. She also works closely with colleges and universities across the state to develop enrichment programs for GEAR UP North Carolina students. Ms. Fisher also serves as editor of the GEAR UP North Carolina Quarterly Newsletter.
Eastern Regional Director, GEAR UP North Carolina | 919-698-2755
Ms. Graham provides technical assistance for program design, development, implementation, and sustainability to participating eastern GEAR UP North Carolina school district administrators, teachers, guidance counselors, GEAR UP North Carolina coordinators, and business and community leaders.
Western Regional Director, GEAR UP North Carolina | 704-678-2738
Mr. Lane provides technical assistance for program design, development, implementation, and sustainability to participating western GEAR UP North Carolina school district administrators, teachers, guidance counselors, GEAR UP North Carolina coordinators, and business and community leaders.
International, Community and Economic Engagement
Vice President for International, Community, and Economic Engagement | 919-843-7338
Mr. Boney coordinates university-wide efforts to internationalize campuses and affiliated organizations, to increase community service work, to collaborate with economic development organizations and businesses in strengthening the state’s economy and works with the University’s research and sponsored programs to bolster technology transfer efforts.
Research & Sponsored Programs