Grad Student Work

Mental health IS health

What does stigma feel like?This question opened the Redefining Mental Health panel discussion in October. The panel was one of many educational events held by Stigma Free Carolina, an initiative of The Graduate School and the Royster Society of Fellows.

Exploring non-faculty career options

New Bland Fellowship enables students to build skills while working in the community.

2015 UNC-Chapel Hill Three Minute Thesis Competition Winners

Watch the three winning presentations from the 2015 Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.

Wagner wins Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition, advances to regionals in Charlotte early 2016

Nick Wagner wins first-ever UNC-Chapel Hill Three Minute Thesis competition and advances to regionals.

Dissertation competition finals to be held Nov. 4

Public invited to first-ever UNC-Chapel Hill competition in which 10 Ph.D. students present their research in 3 minutes; audience members determine one winner
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UNC community campaign redefines public opinion of mental health

Stigma Free Carolina, a UNC-Chapel Hill community campaign now in its second year, and The Graduate School will host “Redefining Mental Health – An Expert Panel Event” on Oct. 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The “Redefining Mental Health” panel will discuss reducing public and personal stigma toward mental health concerns and treatment. The […]

First-ever UNC-Chapel Hill competition requires Ph.D. students to present their research in 3 minutes; preregistration is now open for public event

UNC-Chapel Hill doctoral students are invited to participate in a judged competition in which they will have just three minutes to present their research – on a stage, with one slide and using no props other than the slide.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®), developed by the University of Queensland, provides students with an opportunity to […]

Graduate students demonstrate discoveries at Graduate Education Day

Graduate students from throughout the state recently had the opportunity to meet members of the N.C. General Assembly and share the ways graduate student research is benefiting North Carolina’s economy and citizens.

Mortensen, Ransom receive prestigious Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships

Two doctoral students with strong ties to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have received one of the nation’s most prestigious awards for Ph.D. candidates whose dissertation topics address questions of ethical and religious values.

Bhardwaj receives Boka W. Hadzija Award for commitment to leadership, scholarship, service

Kiran Bhardwaj, a doctoral student in philosophy, has received the 2015 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.