Grad Student Work

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.

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

Center helps students fund their graduate education

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

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.

Transitioning to Graduate Life: First-Generation Students

Carolina Grad Student F1RSTS initiative helps students succeed in graduate school

Alumni, donors fund summer research opportunities

Fellowships give grad students dedicated time and funds to advance dissertation research

Doctoral students from King’s College London travel to UNC-Chapel Hill for inaugural Royster Global event

Doctoral students from King’s College London will soon travel to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to discuss graduate education in a global context with Carolina doctoral students.

Dedicated researcher in housing, community development receives Boka W. Hadzija Award

Kirstin Frescoln, a doctoral student in city and regional planning, has received the 2017 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.

Building innovation

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