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Graduate Student Innovation and Impact: Facts at a Glance for Fall 2019

What percentage of Carolina’s students are enrolled in graduate programs in Fall 2019? The number is 28 percent! Learn more about graduate student innovation and impact.

Three Minute Thesis competition

Registration is open for UNC-Chapel Hill’s Three Minute Thesis competition

The University of Queensland developed the 3MT in 2008 and more than 600 universities in 65 countries now hold their own competitions.

Susanna L. Harris

New Council of Graduate Schools initiative focuses on graduate student mental health and wellness

UNC-Chapel Hill doctoral student Susanna L. Harris has been selected to serve on the advisory committee of experts and graduate education leaders.

Five students at a panel presentation

Diversifying research in the sciences

The Graduate School encourages students pursuing their graduate education to apply for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Atticus Jaramillo

Student Focus: Atticus Jaramillo

Atticus Jaramillo, a Ford Foundation Predoctoral fellow, works to help undergraduate students prepare for graduate school. He says this allows him to “pay forward the advantages I have been fortunate enough to receive.”

Stella Zhizhi Li

Stella Zhizhi Li, doctoral student in musicology, is 2019-20 Harold J. Glass USAF Graduate Fellow

Annegret Fauser, the Harold J. Glass USAF Faculty Mentor/Graduate Fellow Distinguished Term Professor, selected Li for the fellowship.

Suzanne Barbour stands outside in front of a tree

Suzanne Barbour is selected as the next dean of The Graduate School

Suzanne Barbour, who most recently served as dean of the University of Georgia Graduate School, is the next dean of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School.

Michele Kelley

Student Focus: Michele Kelley

Michele Kelley, who has both a Royster Fellowship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, is pursuing innovative research and also seeking ways to encourage others to pursue science.

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