N.C. Impact

Powerful voices

Gregory DeCandia’s solo theater performance piece honors military personnel and shares their experiences.

Exploring non-faculty career options

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

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 […]

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.

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
By |April 6th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Grad Student Work, N.C. Impact|Tags: |

Going Pro

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

Sound graduate work

Christopher Giardina has created surgical tools to assess cochlear trauma during implantation surgery, and they are already in use at UNC Hospitals. The Graduate School is honoring Giardina and other students for new discoveries that benefit our state.
By |January 7th, 2015|Categories: Grad Student Work, N.C. Impact|Tags: |

2014 Impact Awards

Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Awards recognize student research that helps North Carolina
By |April 23rd, 2014|Categories: Grad Student Work, N.C. Impact|Tags: |

Royster fellows, Covenant Scholars team up to explore graduate school options

 

Linaka Norman knew she wanted to pursue a graduate degree, but when it came to the specifics, she was stuck. Norman was entering her third year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was double majoring in communication studies and psychology. Her interests were clear to her, but it wasn’t clear how […]

By |November 15th, 2013|Categories: Campus News, Grad Student Work, N.C. Impact|Tags: |