Alumni and Friends

UNC-Chapel Hill is proud of our more than 61,000 alumni who have earned doctoral or master's degrees. They are making a significant difference in their communities, both locally and globally. Graduate Education is key to North Carolina's future economic growth.

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Carolina Chronicle: Forging connections between graduate alumni and graduate students and highlighting graduate education at Carolina.

Impact Awards

GEAB Impact Awards recognize graduate student research benefiting people, communities in N.C. and beyond.

Featured Graduate Alumni

Nora Kropp
'Being able to understand the scientific literature in my field and design appropriate studies to address unanswered questions are two of the most valuable tools I took from grad school that I use in my work today,' says this MPH alumna.
Christina Farrell
The NYC Office of Emergency Management's deputy commissioner for external affairs received her master's degree in public administration from Carolina.
David Csizmadia
David Csizmadia uses the voice he developed at Carolina to help others be heard.
Walter O. Farabee:
Walter O. Farabee is the Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Coordinator for the City of Winston-Salem.
William Evans:
William Evans has used his graduate degree in education to help mentor and protect young people.
Catherine Frank:
Catherine Frank revels in the view of Mount Pisgah from her office window, and it's a view that can take her mind as far away as Chapel Hill. Even though she has lived in Asheville since 2010, Frank values her enduring connection to her former home.
Johna Register-Mihalik:
Johna Register-Mihalik's research into sports-related traumatic brain injuries goes directly to adolescent quality of life, well-being in North Carolina
Elizabeth Robinson:
Elizabeth Robinson was a physics major who approached her choice of undergraduate electives with a sense of adventure. In the spring of her sophomore year, the Bowdoin College student selected an introductory archaeology course — and the rest is history (or, to be more specific, ancient history).
Rose Stremlau:
Originally from Illinois, Stremlau pursued graduate education at UNC-Chapel Hill and now contributes to teaching, research and service as a UNC-Pembroke faculty member
Elizabeth Teviotdale
Elizabeth Teviotdale's commitment to manuscript studies and, specifically, to paleography has led to many rewarding professional experiences.

More graduate alumni in North Carolina:
UNC-Chapel Hill alumni making contributions in NC—and beyond!

Read about current Carolina graduate students and news

Graduate Alumni serving Carolina: Graduate Education Advancement Board

Graduate School News

The Fountain Archive, a publication highlighting graduate education at Carolina, 2000-2013


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