Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty, staff, and students who wish to learn more about the military connected student experience. The goals are to train members of the Carolina community to know more about the issues and concerns military connected students face and to identify individuals available to assist this population. Upon completion, participants will... Read more »

Influenza (flu) Vaccination Clinic

Koury Oral Health Sciences Building, Atrium Lobby

An opportunity for UNC-Chapel Hill community members to obtain a flu vaccination on campus on Thursday, Oct. 5 in the Koury Oral Health Sciences Building, Atrium Lobby. Additional opportunities will... Read more »

Open Houses (MPH Degree)

Learn more about our degree programs through departmental sessions, connect with faculty, staff, students, and community resources, tour the School of Public Health, and hear from our admissions team about... Read more »

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Introduction to Stata

Ruy Manrique is a PhD student at UNC’s Department of Sociology and a predoctoral trainee at the Carolina Population Center. He is also part of the team of graduate student... Read more »

MCH presents Iheoma U. Iruka, PhD talk

Blue Cross and Blue Shield Auditorium (0001 Michael Hooker Research Center) Michael Hooker Research Center, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

The Department of Maternal and Child Health presents a guest lecture by Iheoma U. Iruka, PhD, entitled "Attending to the Role of Racism and Cultural Wealth on Child and Family... Read more »

Health of Women Networking Event for UNC Researchers

219 Brinkhous-Bullitt Building Brinkhous-Bullitt Building, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join UNC's Office of Research Development (ORD) for an in-person interdisciplinary networking event focusing on Women's Health. Connect with fellow researchers, discuss projects, future directions, and funding opportunities. Share one-slide... Read more »

Active Shooter and Critical Incident Response Emergency Training

133 Rosenau Hall (Joan Heckler Gillings Auditorium) Rosenau Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

The Gillings School is hosting an in-person training on Wednesday, October 11, from 10:00-11:00am in the Joan H. Gillings Auditorium, 133 Rosenau. This training is lead by Sgt. James David... Read more »

Influenza (flu) Vaccination Clinic

Genetic Medicine Research Building, Atrium Lobby

An opportunity for UNC-Chapel Hill community members to obtain a flu vaccination on campus on Thursday, Oct. 12 in the Genetic Medicine Research Building, Atrium Lobby Additional opportunities will be held on: Friday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. – Frank Porter Graham Student Union (Employee Appreciation Day) There are several other opportunities for... Read more »

Cognitive Interviewing in Survey Research

This short course is designed to provide participants with fundamentals on how to design, conduct, and analyze cognitive interviews. Participants will have the opportunity to practice specific cognitive interviewing techniques, including think-alouds, probing, and observation. Participants will also learn about revising survey questions based on interpreting cognitive interview results. Contact Jill Stevens with questions

International Graduate Student Association Potluck

McGavran-Greenberg Courtyard McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Come join the Gillings international community for yummy food and connection! Please register to attend by adding your name, the dish you will bring, and other details to the spreadsheet.... Read more »

Systems Thinking Workshop

1301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall (Michel A. Ibrahim Seminar Room) McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Complex problems need complexity-aware methods. Systems Thinking, one such method, is a structured approach to learning about complex problems that engages diverse perspectives in developing visual representations of emerging understanding... Read more »

Systems Thinking Workshop

Complex problems need complexity-aware methods. Systems thinking, one such method, is a structured approach to learning about complex problems that engages diverse perspectives in developing visual representations of emerging understanding... Read more »

Registration open for “Multi-Item Scale Development Part 1”

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Dr. Marcella Boynton is currently an assistant professor in the UNC Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, School of Medicine and a biostatistician at UNC NC TraCS Institute where she provides statistics, research methods, and psychometrics support to a wide range of translational and behavioral scientists. Contact Jill Stevens with questions.