Building innovation

Graduate students bring their research to life in new makerspaces on campus

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.

Taking on Student Debt

How Carolina graduate students fund their education and why it matters to all of us
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Making A World Of Difference Right Here At Home

Graduate students earn GEAB Impact Awards for creating new knowledge to help N.C. industry, communities and citizens
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Going Pro

New master's degree program prepares students to become leaders in the life sciences industry

Grad students fight mental health stigma

Royster fellows Nelson Pace, Nikhil Tomar and Todd Jensen launch a campaign to engage the Carolina community in an important conversation.

Dr. Nurse

New Doctor in Nursing Practice degree helps nurses bridge the gap between research and patient care
Valerie Idada-Parker had questions. As a nurse practitioner in the psychiatric emergency department at UNC Hospitals, she had plenty of experience and education, but she still found herself wrestling with why her addiction patients kept relapsing. Even though she […]

New Voices Telling the American Story

New interdisciplinary Ph.D. explores many facets of America
“Isn’t it great that in the very first year we attracted students from such a variety of backgrounds and with such different interests?”
–Joy Kasson
What does “American” mean?
Answering that question is a nuanced and expansive task for scholars in American studies.

“People think they know what it means when we talk about America, but there […]

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Research of Note

By Laura Lacy

Each time he identified the piece of classical music drifting through the car’s speakers, teenager Will Robin earned a dollar. Robin’s uncle created this exercise for the pair’s weekly drive to rehearsals for the wind ensemble in which they both performed.

While Robin, now a third-year Ph.D. student in musicology at the University […]