Campus News

Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week at UNC

Graduate-Professional Student Appreciation Week is April 1-7, 2018. The Graduate School and the GPSF recognize the many contributions graduate and professional students make to research, teaching and outreach at Carolina.

Kathryn Lofton to give 2018 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony keynote address

Kathryn Lofton – award-winning Yale professor, author, graduate alumna of UNC-Chapel Hill – to give 2018 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony keynote address

Career guidance for graduate students: Hear about careers in the arts, policy and charitable foundations on Feb. 20

Three leaders with extensive experience in the arts, policy and charitable foundations will discuss their career paths and share advice with graduate students on defining professional goals at a Feb. 20 event.

Most definitely making an impact

The Graduate School will recognize 22 UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students, alumni in the spring for research benefiting North Carolina and beyond

Providing a competitive advantage, for any career

Newly created Graduate Certificate in Business Fundamentals complements graduate coursework

Center helps students fund their graduate education

Grad students bring millions in research funding to UNC-Chapel Hill

New associate deans bring experience, commitment to graduate education

Jennifer Gerz-Escandón and Hoi Ning Ngai join Graduate School team

Dean Steve Matson’s statement to students on tax reform legislation – Updated

Dear Students:

I know we are all interested in the tax reform legislation now making its way through Congress and how it may affect graduate education. I want to assure you we are taking this very seriously. Since late October, The Graduate School has been working closely with University leaders, our Office of Federal Affairs and […]

Katelyn Arnold takes first place at Three Minute Thesis competition

At the annual Three Minute Thesis competition finals, 10 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate students had only three minutes to explain their months — or years — of research.

Public invited to attend Nov. 1 Three Minute Thesis competition

One by one, the graduate students walk to the front of the auditorium, with three minutes – and not a second more – to present their original research findings before an attentive audience and panel of judges.