May 15, 2018
Prepare future leaders
Students who are working to become agile, effective, innovative leaders need your investment in their education. Scholarships, travel, internships, fellowships, research, conference presentations and hands-on experiences – both local and global – build superior leaders prepared to address the fast-moving, ever-changing health challenges of the 21st century.
Deliver proven solutions faster
The world’s best interventions achieve their potential only when they are delivered to those who need them. We call this implementation science, and it permeates all that we do. Funding for innovative programs, practice methods and research accelerates solutions that detect cancers earlier; help prevent diabetes, heart attacks and strokes; decrease substance abuse; prevent mother and infant deaths; and increase the pace of clinical trials worldwide.
Accelerate faculty impact
Competitive excellence in higher education requires attracting and keeping talented faculty members who often are sought by other universities offering large financial incentives. Endowed professorships, research funds and other tools help retain our best faculty, those who are accelerating solutions for the most pervasive threats to human and environmental health.
Campaign for Carolina
Gillings School of Global Public Health — fundraising progress report, as of March 1, 2018
Carolina Public Health is a publication of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health. To view previous issues, please visit sph.unc.edu/cph.