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Effectively fighting blood clots

April 24, 2014

Cardiovascular disease and blood clotting disorders are the leading cause of death in North Carolina. And Maria Aleman is creating discoveries to help fight blood clots more effectively. Aleman is one of the 2014 recipients of the Graduate Education Advancement … Continued

Alumni Focus: David Csizmadia

February 27, 2014

David Csizmadia Founder/Owner, Partner Communications Master’s Degree in Speech Communication (Note: The departments of Speech Communication and Radio, Television and Motion Pictures were combined in 1993 to create the Department of Communication Studies) Please share the factors and/or people that … Continued

Graduate students bring tribal leaders to campus

February 24, 2014

Four American Indian tribal leaders will share their perspectives on “Transformative Leadership: Sovereignty in Action” at a March 6 event. The public is invited to attend the 2014 UNC Native Leadership Symposium, to be held at the George Watts Hill … Continued

Send us back to Carolina past

December 1, 2013

We know you have them. Tucked away in a closet or in that storage chest you hardly ever open are photos from your days as a graduate student at Carolina. We want to see them — dated hairstyles, interesting fashion … Continued

Alumni Focus: Walter O. Farabee

December 1, 2013

Walter O. Farabee Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise Coordinator for the City of Winston-Salem Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning, Concentration in Housing and Community Development Please share the factors and/or people that (who) inspired you to pursue your … Continued

Making a Difference: The Gift of Time

April 10, 2013

Harold Glass When meeting the refined professional that Harold Glass is today, it’s hard to picture him as a young man in a hard hat and work boots, laboring at a construction site on a hot, summer day. Today, Glass … Continued