Members of the Graduate Council

UNC Graduate Deans and Campus Representatives:

Campus Transfer Counselors

Campus Name Title Phone Number Email

East Carolina University
Paul Gemperline

Dean of the Graduate School

252-328-6012
gemperlinep@ecu.edu

Elizabeth City State University
Alonzo DeCarlo

Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs

252-335-3187
acdecarlo@ecsu.edu

Fayetteville State University
Miriam DeLone

Chair of Graduate Council

910-672-2271
mdelone@uncfsu.edu

North Carolina A&T State University
Sanjiv Sarin

Dean of the School of Graduate Studies

336-285-2371
sarin@ncat.edu

North Carolina Central University
Jelah Rezaie

Dean of Graduate Studies

919-530-7395
jrezaie@nccu.edu

North Carolina State University
Maureen Grazzo

Dean of the Graduate School

919-515-2394
mgrasso@ncsu.edu

UNC Asheville
Gerard Voos

Director, Office of Graduate Studies

828-232-5040
gvoos@unca.edu

UNC Asheville
Ed Katz

Associate Provost and Dean of University Programs

828-250-3872
ekatz@unca.edu

UNC-Chapel Hill
Steven W. Matson

Dean of the Graduate School

919-962-3521
smatson@bio.unc.edu

UNC Charlotte
Thomas L. Reynolds

Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Provost for Graduate Programs

704-687-3372
tlreynol@uncc.edu

UNC Greensboro
Kelly Burke

Vice Provost for Graduate Education

336-334-5375
kjburke@uncg.edu

UNC Pembroke
Irene Aiken

Dean of Graduate Studies

910-521-6271
irene.aiken@uncp.edu

UNC Wilmington
Ron Vetter

Associate Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School

910-962-4117
vetterr@uncw.edu

UNC School of the Arts
Dennis Gill Booth

Director of Graduate Studies

336-770-3232
boothd@uncsa.edu

Western Carolina University
Brian Kloeppel

Dean of Research and Graduate Studies

828-227-3173
bkloeppel@wcu.edu

Winston-Salem State University
Michael McKenzie

Chair of Graduate Council

336-750-3136
mckenziem@wssu.edu

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