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  • 2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

  • May 24th, 2016

More than 270 students participated in the UNC-Chapel Hill Doctoral Hooding Ceremony held on the morning of May 7 in the Dean E. Smith Center. The ceremony recognizes graduate students receiving their doctoral degrees.

  • Wherever their research takes them

Wherever their research takes them

  • April 2nd, 2016

The Off-Campus Dissertation Fellowship enables Carolina graduate students to conduct research across the globe: in the field, in libraries or archives far from the Chapel Hill campus. As a result, they can conduct research of the highest quality that makes significant contributions to new knowledge within their disciplines and around the world.

  • Learning from each other

Learning from each other

  • March 30th, 2016

“I’ve always been interested in reaching across disciplinary boundaries,” says new Royster Distinguished Professor Marsha Collins. She shares her enthusiasm for the interdisciplinary Royster Society, as well as her belief in the uplifting power of education.

  • Mentoring matters

Mentoring matters

  • March 30th, 2016

Theda Perdue, the Atlanta Distinguished Professor Emerita of Southern Culture, and Malinda Maynor Lowery, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Southern Oral History Program, talk about the importance of mentoring across a lifetime.

Graduate Student Work

  • Wherever their research takes them

Wherever their research takes them

  • April 2nd, 2016
The Off-Campus Dissertation Fellowship enables Carolina graduate students to conduct research across the globe: in the field, in libraries or archives far from the Chapel Hill campus. As a result, they can conduct research of the highest quality that makes significant contributions to new knowledge within their disciplines and around the world.

N.C. Impact

  • Mentoring from the start

Mentoring from the start

  • March 28th, 2016
This year, 43 Royster Fellows, members of The Graduate School’s select fellowship program, have been paired with 62 Carolina Covenant Scholars, undergraduates from low-income backgrounds who have been admitted to Carolina and have the opportunity to graduate debt-free.
  • Powerful voices

Powerful voices

  • January 12th, 2016
Gregory DeCandia’s solo theater performance piece honors military personnel and shares their experiences.

Campus News and Updates

  • 2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

  • May 24th, 2016
More than 270 students participated in the UNC-Chapel Hill Doctoral Hooding Ceremony held on the morning of May 7 in the Dean E. Smith Center. The ceremony recognizes graduate students receiving their doctoral degrees.

Alumni & Friends

Making a Difference: GEAB 2015-2016

  • March 28th, 2016

The Graduate Education Advancement Board (GEAB) champions graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill. Members believe in the importance of graduate education at Carolina and share their perspectives on issues as diverse as advocacy for student […]

2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

  • May 24th, 2016

More than 270 students participated in the UNC-Chapel Hill Doctoral Hooding Ceremony held on the morning of May 7 in the Dean E. Smith Center. The ceremony recognizes graduate students receiving their doctoral degrees.

Wherever their research takes them

  • April 2nd, 2016

The Off-Campus Dissertation Fellowship enables Carolina graduate students to conduct research across the globe: in the field, in libraries or archives far from the Chapel Hill campus. As a result, they can conduct research of the highest quality that makes significant contributions to new knowledge within their disciplines and around the world.

Learning from each other

  • March 30th, 2016

“I’ve always been interested in reaching across disciplinary boundaries,” says new Royster Distinguished Professor Marsha Collins. She shares her enthusiasm for the interdisciplinary Royster Society, as well as her belief in the uplifting power of education.

Mentoring matters

  • March 30th, 2016

Theda Perdue, the Atlanta Distinguished Professor Emerita of Southern Culture, and Malinda Maynor Lowery, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Southern Oral History Program, talk about the importance of mentoring across a lifetime.

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