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Chapman, Brinkley, Swamy, Tiede, and Grumbles discuss solutions to campus challenges

Five panelists offered their view on solutions to a complex system of shared governance and academic freedom at UNC-Chapel Hill and beyond.

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Message to the class of 2020

Congrats to the class of 2020!

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Understanding our Universe: Department of Energy Names Clark Outstanding Graduate Student

Morgan Clark named Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program outstanding graduate student.

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The GPS: Graduate and Professional Student Bi-Weekly Email

The GPS: Graduate and Professional Student bi-weekly email from The Graduate School.

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Graduate global learning gets a boost

UNC-Chapel Hill is one of nearly 60 institutions around the world selected for a DAAD grant with a focus on fostering international connections for graduate students.

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Freelon, Rank, Shuping-Russell, and Goldstein Discuss Complexities and Challenges of Shared Governance and Academic Freedom During University-Wide Panel

The Graduate School and its Royster Society of Fellows hosted part one of a two-part discussion on shared governance and academic freedom at institutions of higher education.

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The Graduate School Celebrates Latinx Heritage Month—and a Diversity of Voices in Higher Education: Deshira Wallace

The Graduate School celebrates Latinx Heritage Month and lifts the voices of Hispanics—with an understanding of the complexities of cultural and national identities.

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Royster Society of Fellows: Shared Governance and Academic Freedom: The Foundations of Higher Education and Their Uncertain Future—Part II

While the history of higher education is one of constant tensions among state, private and faculty power, recent attacks on the work of researchers and educators are more subject to disinformation and political polarization than in decades past

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