N.C. Impact

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

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 […]

Diversity and Success program invited to share ‘promising practices’ at national symposium

The Graduate School’s Diversity and Student Success program participated in the recent Promising Practices in Supporting Graduate and Professional Students Symposium.

2,500 new Tar Heels on campus

UNC-Chapel Hill welcomes new graduate students this fall
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Serving as students

Military-affiliated graduate students transition back to classroom, with support from The Graduate School and Office of the Dean of Students

Transitioning to Graduate Life: First-Generation Students

Carolina Grad Student F1RSTS initiative helps students succeed in graduate school

The Graduate School Welcomes Two New Associate Deans

Dr. Jennifer Gerz-Escandón and Dr. Hoi Ning Ngai will begin their work at The Graduate School on Sept. 18.

Summer Undergraduate Pipeline Research Symposium celebrates undergraduate researchers

The July 26 symposium will provide an opportunity for undergraduate students engaging in summer research under the direction of UNC-Chapel Hill faculty to present their research to a broad audience.

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.