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Celebrating Black History Month

The Graduate School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill marks Black History Month.

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Core beliefs for a new year of job searching

Assistant dean for academic and career development at The Graduate School featured in Inside Higher Ed.

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2023 University Teaching Awards announced

Office of the Provost announces 2023 University Teaching Awards.

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Preparing science learners to join democratic conversations

An NSF-funded fellowship will help doctoral student Eric Kirk advance his career in science education.

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Poet laureate and a Ph.D.

Carolina graduate student Cortland Gilliam has been named Chapel Hill’s new poet laureate.

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The GPS: The Graduate School’s bi-weekly email for graduate students

Student well-being, career conversations, communicating research

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Graduate Student Work

  • Rachel DuMez smiles while working on the bench

    Health benefits of kombucha—fact or fiction?

    Rachel DuMez is a doctoral candidate within the Curriculum of Genetics and Molecular Biology, jointly offered by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s College of Arts and Sciences and by the UNC School of Medicine.

  • A woman poses in a cemetery with tombstones in the background.

    The layers beneath the church

    Summer Research Fellow Michelle Freeman visited cemeteries in Croatia, North Macedonia and Greece to learn how saints were venerated in the 4th century.

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    Prison camps and the Western North Carolina Railroad

    Southern Futures Townsend Fellow and graduate student Cayla Colclasure is studying the prison labor that built the Western North Carolina Railroad, which weaves through Old Fort in McDowell County, North Carolina.

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