As a Gillings School graduate, you are part of a robust network of more than 20,000 alumni worldwide. Because our people are what make us the leading public school of public health, we believe in fostering a sense of community that extends long past graduation.
Here at the Gillings School, we want to give our alumni every opportunity to connect with each other and with their alma mater. We encourage you to take advantage of our vast alumni network of renowned public health leaders, whose expertise can be found in every aspect of public health research, teaching, practice and service. You can connect with these alumni and stay in touch with classmates by visiting our online directory.
We also host a variety of events in the Triangle area and in other cities across the country, and we invite you to connect with us at these events. And don’t forget to check out your department’s alumni pages for additional events and ways to get connected with the Gillings School.
From student recruitment, mentoring, speaking to a class, or meeting one-on-one with students or alumni, we have a variety of ways to get you connected and involved with your alma mater, no matter where you are.
Please contact Karissa Grasty if you're interested in learning more about ways to get involved at the Gillings School.
Here at the Gillings School, we are proud of our alumni. We want to share their accomplishments with the world. Check out what our alumni are doing, and tell us what you’ve been up to.
Stay informed by reading the latest issue of the Carolina Public Health Magazine. Keep current with the latest alumni news online and read the emailed alumni newsletter, Alumni in Focus. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter and explore the many ways we are connecting with you on social media.