News From The Graduate School at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

New Voices Telling the American Story

American Studies graduate students
New interdisciplinary Ph.D. explores many facets of America
Graduate education factoid

It's a Fact…

Did you know that graduate students made up 28 percent of the UNC-Chapel Hill total enrollment in 2013? Learn other interesting facts about graduate education—at Carolina and beyond.
A nursing student is shown how to set up a central line kit.

Dr. Nurse

The Doctor in Nursing Practice degree program is among the newest in The Graduate School. Thirteen students enrolled in August 2013—learn about three members of the inaugural class.
Anna Jalowska, Impact Award winner, standing in a reedy marsh

Impact Awards

Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Awards recognize student research that helps North Carolina. Anna Jalowska (pictured here) earned her award for her work within marine sciences.
Will Robin, surrounded by musical instruments

Research of Note

Will Robin, now a third-year Ph.D. student in musicology, says Carolina has been the ideal place for him to conduct his research. He was recently named the first-ever Scholar-in-Residence for the North Carolina Symphony.
Maria Aleman, in her lab

Shrinking Blood Clots, Saving Lives

Watch doctoral alumna Maria Aleman in her lab conducting research to improve cardiovascular health.
Video by Jess Clark
Charlotte Agger with Thelma Zaytoun

Making a Difference

Friends of graduate education support student success.