Week of Events
Gillings Inclusive Excellence Trainings and Debrief Discussions
Gillings Inclusive Excellence Recorded Sessions will be posted daily. Students will also register for one virtual synchronous discussion session to attend on Friday, Aug. 13. Recorded Sessions: Monday, August 9, 2021 – Thursday, August 12, 2021 *One session released each day on event page* Debrief Sessions for First-Year/New Students of Gillings: August 11: 5:00 -... Read more »
This course offers a broad introduction into the use of geospatial data in data science applications. The course will be highly focused on what makes geospatial data different from other types of data and what these differences imply for using and applying geospatial data. The course materials will be built for non-geospatial professionals who find... Read more »
FPG's Carolina Consortium on Human Development is pleased to welcome Dr. Diana Fishbein as the first presenter in their Spring 2022 Series. The title of her presentation is "Accelerating the Translation of Developmental Science to Practice and Policy Through an Equity Lens" Join them Mondays from 2:00 – 3:15 PM (EST) via zoom.
Join the Spring 2022 meetings of the support pod for Gillings-affiliated students, postdocs, staff and faculty who self-identify as Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAAPI)! This pod’s purpose is to create a special place for AAAPI students that is open, safe and brave for giving voice to lived experiences and emotions, as well as... Read more »
Gillings students, as part of schoolwide strategic planning, the Gillings School has convened a Practice Task Force, and we need to hear from you! We are seeking your thoughts and ideas on what practice at Gillings should look like in 2028. How can we achieve the greatest impact? What opportunities are we missing? How can... Read more »
All are invited to the weekly ESE In-House Seminar Series which continues on Jan. 26 at 12:20 p.m. with Dr. Miyuki Hino presenting “Measuring the Economic Impacts of Recurrent Coastal... Read more »
Wind Down Wednesday is a virtual mental fitness series created to help students to maintain a healthy school-life balance. Join professionals in Public Health and Mental Health invited by Associate Dean for Student Affairs- Charletta Sims Evans to coach current students on keeping your stress and anxiety low during the semester. Please register and select... Read more »
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join a class.
As part of schoolwide strategic planning, the Gillings School has convened a Practice Task Force, and we need to hear from you- Faculty, Staff and Students! We are seeking your thoughts and ideas on what practice at Gillings should look like in 2028. How can we achieve the greatest impact? What opportunities are we missing?... Read more »
This course will provide a broad overview of considerations and approaches for capturing sexual orientation and gender identity. This includes examining the current best practices and approaches, and considerations for sampling & other key design considerations when researching these populations. The course is intended to give an opportunity to better understand the various current approaches... Read more »
This workshop will give you the knowledge and confidence to launch an effective job search. You will learn about many valuable resources, including databases, and downloadable information available on Handshake & ReferenceUSA site. We will examine networking as an important strategy and discuss how to do it in a way that will work for you.... Read more »
Graduate students conducting research in science, technology, health, mathematics and related fields are invited to apply by 11/19 for ComSciCon-Triangle 2022, a two-day (1/29 and 2/12, 2022) virtual conference where attendees will have the opportunity to develop their science communication skills, network with fellow graduate students passionate about science education and outreach, learn from expert... Read more »