Since 2010, Connie Rampey has served as the Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Connie previously worked in the Chancellor’s Office with Chancellor Philip Dubois and Chancellor Emeritus James Woodward. Prior to Connie joining the University, she was an Industrial Engineer and Sourcing Project Manager in the textile industry. She received her Bachelor of Science in Administrative Management from Clemson University and has her Project Management certificate from UNC Charlotte.
As the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for Research and Systems Development, his current responsibilities include coordinating research, assessment and information technology efforts for the division in addition to serving as the principal investigator of various division and university wide research initiatives. He received his Doctoral degree in Higher and Adult Education from Columbia University, a Master of Science degree in Counseling and Student Development from Radford University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from SUNY Potsdam. His research interests include data integration to enable assessment and program evaluation in addition to new student retention and graduation rate issues. In his spare time, he is an avid runner, hiker, reader, and dog whisperer.
As the Business Officer for the Division of Student Affairs, Frank is responsible for the development of budget processes and monitors funds and accounts for all Student Affairs departments. Furthermore, he is responsible for all personnel and Human Resource actions involving 276 SPA and 72 EPA staff members. His guidance enables the Vice Chancellor to properly and confidently manage the division and staff. Previously, Frank served the residential students at UNC Charlotte for 22 years as a Residence Coordinator, Assistant Director for Operations, and Associate Director for Business Services. Prior to his arrival at UNC Charlotte, Frank had been an Area Coordinator for Student Housing at the University of Southern Mississippi. He obtained his Master of Education degree from James Madison University in 1984 and earned his undergraduate degree majoring in Business Communications and Psychology with minors in Political Science and Statistics.
As the Business & Technology Applications Analyst his responsibilities consist of managing and supporting a variety of Student Affairs applications including Orgsync, Drupal and Touch-Net Ecommerce. Prior to UNCC Frank taught eBusiness Marketing at the University of Western Sydney where he obtained a Master’s Degree of Information Technology as well as an Undergrad from Dalhousie University. Interests / Involvement: Architecture, Renewal Energy, advisor for the 49er-Running Club and a member of the 50 states ½ Marathon club with six completed.
As the IT director for the Division of Student Affairs, I am responsible for the development and management of both the IT staff for Vice Chancellors office but also the Student Health Center and Counseling Center. In this capacity I ensure that the IT needs are met for the Dean of Students office, Counseling Center, Student Health Center and the Vice Chancellors office. In my formidable years I was an Eagle Scout, a Marine and an RA and a student technology technician for UNC Asheville whilst getting my undergraduate degree. Before working in the Student Affairs division I worked in the College of Liberal Arts as the Social Sciences consultant. Before working at UNC Charlotte I started my career with the UNC system at UNC Asheville starting with lab management and finishing as the SQL developer in Advancement. I obtained my Computer Science degree from UNC Asheville and my Masters in Project Management at Western Carolina.
Erin M. Bentrim, Ph.D., is the Senior Research Analyst for Student Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Dr. Bentrim provides coordination and expertise in designing, implementing, and interpreting assessment, evaluation, and research projects. This includes learning, programmatic, and operational outcomes, student retention and success measures, integration of institutional and divisional research data sets, program evaluation, satisfaction and benchmarking, participation in national assessment instruments, reaffirmation (accreditation) support, and project specific assessment related to the Division’s strategic and tactical operations. Dr. Bentrim holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology & Research, an M.Ed. in Student Personnel Services, both from the University of South Carolina, and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wofford College where she earned a Bachelor’s in English.