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Darren Hearn ('16 MPH; '21 Ph.D.)

Doctoral Candidate Darren Hearn (’16 MPH; ’21 Ph.D.) Serves Military Personnel at Fort Bragg and Beyond

Graduating Tar Heel Darren Hearn (’16 MPH; ’21 Ph.D.) has focused his research on musculoskeletal injury and performance and how those areas can be applied to people completing military basic training in order to identify those at greatest risk for sustaining injury.

The doctoral hooding ceremony from 2016.

Virtual Celebration for Carolina’s Doctoral Graduates

The Graduate School honored doctoral degree recipients at UNC-Chapel Hill on Saturday, May 15. The celebration included a video and interactive gallery of graduates from August 2019 through May 2021.

Dean Suzanne Barbour

Congratulations, 2021 graduates: A message from Dean Suzanne Barbour

Dear master’s and PhD graduates: Congratulations on reaching this important milestone!

The doctoral hooding ceremony from 2016.

Preparing Graduate Students for the Future of Work

CareerWell, a new program from The Graduate School, helps graduate and professional students sharpen career skills so they are better-prepared for an evolving job market outside academia.

CareerWell at The Graduate School

Graduate Students Gain Real-World Experience Through Team-Based Multidisciplinary Internships

Graduate students who participated in CareerWell gained real-world, multidisciplinary experience through team-based work for corporate partners PRA Health Sciences and Enzerna Biosciences, Inc.

Daniela Cerón ('21 MSW)

Master of Social Work Student Daniela Cerón (’21 MSW) Dedicated to North Carolina’s Rural Communities

Master of Social Work second-year student Daniela Cerón is set to graduate from the UNC School of Social Work in May 2021.

Naana Ewool

Naana Ewool, School of Social Work Master’s Degree Student, named Weiss Urban Livability Fellowship Program Senior Fellow for 2021-2022

The Graduate School has named the School of Social Work’s Naana Ewool as its 2021-2022 Weiss Urban Livability Program senior fellow.

Juanita Limas

Juanita Limas Named 2021 Recipient of Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service

Juanita Limas is the 2021 recipient of the Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service. Limas is a PhD candidate in the Department of Pharmacology.

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