Campus News

Oct. 5 panel event focuses on ways to alleviate mental health stigma

Stigma Free Carolina, a student-led initiative focused on reducing mental health stigma at UNC-Chapel Hill, will sponsor a panel discussion on Oct. 5. The public is invited to attend the 5:30 p.m. event at the School of Social Work auditorium.

Serving those who serve

New initiative welcomes military-affiliated graduate students to Carolina and helps them transition to academic life.

The drive to discover

Summer Undergraduate Pipeline nurtures student interest in original research. More than 100 students presented findings in 2016, up from 31 in 2015.
By |September 9th, 2016|Categories: Campus News|Tags: , |

The Royster Society of Fellows at 20

Interdisciplinary fellowships help doctoral students reach their highest levels of achievement
By |September 7th, 2016|Categories: Alumni & Friends, Campus News|Tags: , |

New Heelprints on campus

More than 2,500 new graduate students arrive at Carolina – and they find many ways to engage within their campus and beyond
By |August 30th, 2016|Categories: Campus News|Tags: , |

2016 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

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.
By |May 24th, 2016|Categories: Campus News|Tags: , |

History professor receives 2016 Faculty Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring

Donald J. Raleigh, the Jay Richard Judson distinguished professor of history at UNC-Chapel Hill, has received the 2016 Faculty Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.

‘Dedicated citizen of the university’ receives Boka W. Hadzija Award

Taylor Livingston, a doctoral candidate in anthropology, has received the 2016 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.

Midwest Victorian Studies Association honors doctoral candidate for dissertation research

Doreen Thierauf, a doctoral candidate in English at UNC-Chapel Hill, recently received a prestigious dissertation research award from the Midwest Victorian Studies Association.
By |May 3rd, 2016|Categories: Campus News, Grad Student Work|Tags: , |

Wherever their research takes them

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.