Event Series Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Join the Gillings School’s Culture of Health for gentle yoga online classes at the following times: Gentle Yoga Mondays – noon (30 minutes) Starting 2/02/2022: Mondays and Wednesdays – 5:15-6... Read more »

Neurobiological Consequences of Childhood Maltreatment: Key Principles

FPG's Carolina Consortium on Human Development is pleased to welcome Dr. Mark H. Teicher as the next presenter in their Spring 2022 Series. Dr. Mark Teicher will present "Neurobiological Consequences of Childhood Maltreatment: Key Principles." Dr. Teicher is Director of the Developmental Biopsychiatry Research Program at McLean Hospital and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard... Read more »

Student Success Seminar: Living from the power within

UNC Gillings Student Success Seminars focus on empowering all of our students to succeed in navigating the university environment.  The seminars are planned with the overall goal of equipping students to achieve their academic and personal goals by offering sessions geared toward enhanced learning (e.g. research talks), sessions on interpersonal development, personal responsibility, professional development,... Read more »

Event Series Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Join the Gillings School’s Culture of Health for gentle yoga online classes at the following times: Gentle Yoga Mondays – noon (30 minutes) Starting 2/02/2022: Mondays and Wednesdays – 5:15-6 p.m. (45 minutes-currently virtual) Please contact rcerny@email.unc.edu if you would like to join a class.

Discussion and Practical Discussion of Data Visualization Best Practices Using Survey Data

The purpose of this course is to present best practices for creating graphics from survey data and provide guidance for developing a critical eye that will allow attendees to best evaluate data visualizations for quality and accuracy. This short course will demonstrate how good data visualization can be used to explore relationships in survey data,... Read more »

Science and Democracy

Does politics belong in the laboratory? Is science inevitably political or does politics hinder good research? As the 12th largest research institution in North America, this discussion is paramount at UNC-Chapel Hill. On February 8th at 5:30 p.m., the UNC Program for Public Discourse and General Alumni Association bring together scientists from academia and publishing for... Read more »

Loving…YOU! The Art of Self-Acceptance

To live a fulfilling, serene, happy life, we must learn to love and accept ourselves, flaws and all. This workshop covers the basics of self-acceptance, factors that contribute to a poor self-image and practical tips for loving yourself unconditionally. Workshop Objectives: At the end of this workshop, you will be able to -Define self-acceptance and... Read more »

Advanced Qualtrics

This training will cover advanced features in building surveys in Qualtrics. Participants must already have a university Qualtrics account and solid working knowledge of Qualtrics. Some portions will be hands-on; others will be demonstration only. Topics will include some but not all of the following: adv features of survey flow, creating & using embedded data,... Read more »

Event Series Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Join the Gillings School’s Culture of Health for gentle yoga online classes at the following times: Gentle Yoga Mondays – noon (30 minutes) Starting 2/02/2022: Mondays and Wednesdays – 5:15-6 p.m. (45 minutes-currently virtual) Please contact rcerny@email.unc.edu if you would like to join a class.

Disability and Dating: Romantic Relationships — A Panel Discussion

THE 2022 CIDD “VIRTUAL” COMMUNITY TALK SERIES PRESENTS: Disability and Dating: Romantic Relationships — A PANEL DISCUSSION Panel of Self Advocates moderated by: Michelle Ballasiotes, BSPH, OTS - Occupational Therapy Student and LEND Self-Advocate Trainee Michelle Ballasiotes is a current Occupational Therapy (OT) student at UNC-Chapel Hill and a LEND Self-Advocate Trainee. She has a... Read more »

Discussion and Practical Discussion of Data Visualization Best Practices Using Survey Data

The purpose of this course is to present best practices for creating graphics from survey data and provide guidance for developing a critical eye that will allow attendees to best evaluate data visualizations for quality and accuracy. This short course will demonstrate how good data visualization can be used to explore relationships in survey data,... Read more »