NC Violent Death Reporting System Data Users Workshop

2303 McGavran-Greenberg Hall McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

How is North Carolina collecting, compiling, and utilizing data related to violent death (e.g., homicides and suicides) and firearm violence in our state? Attend a free workshop to learn how the North Carolina Violent Death Reporting System (NC-VDRS) data can be used to inform prevention research, policy, and practice.

Wellness Festival

Carolina Union 3103 FPG Student Union, CB# 5210, Corner of South and Raleigh Rd., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Hosted by the Graduate School and the Graduate and Professional Student Government. Free massages, yoga, resource fair and more.  Additional details and registration to come soon.

Intermediate Qualtrics

This course will cover topics beyond the scope of the Introductory to Qualtrics short course. We will take a deeper dive into “Survey Flow” features including routing with branches, embedded data, customizing the “End of Survey” experience, and randomization. We will explore embedded data, and several ways you can import or set data in your... Read more »

Wellbeing Wednesday: Build Your Own Terrarium

Please join Gillings Student Affairs in the Dimensions of Wellness Series. This series will cover the 7 Dimensions of Wellness emotional, physical, occupational, social, intellectual, environmental, and financial. This session is the environmental session. Build your own terrarium. Seats are limited and registration is required.

Interviewing Like a Pro

2301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall McGavran-Greenberg Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Register on handshake: https://unc.joinhandshake.com/login

Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium monthly meeting

HHIVE Lab, Greenlaw 524

The Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium (LMCC) at UNC is an informal reading and working group of graduate and professional students (but open to the entire UNC community) who meet monthly to talk about all things related to the intersections of literature, medicine, and culture. In the past, we’ve met to workshop conference papers or... Read more »

UNC Gillings HPM Residential Masters Class of 2003 – 20-Year Reunion Celebration

Join us for a joyous weekend filled with laughter, reminiscing, catching up, and reconnecting with your fellow graduates. Crystal Richards, one of your esteemed classmates, is taking the lead in organizing this memorable 20-Year Reunion. RSVP: Please take a moment to RSVP to the event using the Google Form hosted by Crystal.

Systematic Reviews from a Researcher Perspective

Join the Health Sciences Library to hear from a panel of experts about the process of planning, completing, publishing, and teaching systematic reviews. Panelists from across health affairs at Carolina will share their experiences, strategies, and lessons learned through successfully completing evidence synthesis projects. Register now at https://go.unc.edu/SRPanel

PreMiEr Seminar Series: Evaluation of Sink Bioaerosols

PreMiEr is an Engineering Research Center funded by the NSF, comprised of five North Carolina universities (Duke, NCA&T, NC State, UNC-CH, UNC-Charlotte) with the mission to improve the health of people occupying the built environment (e.g., homes, schools, workplaces) through manipulation of the microbiomes of those environments. Join Dr. Alexander McCumber in the series talk... Read more »

Inclusive Excellence IEAP student feedback session

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

Please attend the IE's Inclusive Excellence Action Plan student feedback session.

Lunch & Learn – Financial Security for Retirement

Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library 200 South Rd, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Carolina Peer Support Collaborative Don’t let the future spook you! Join Total WellBeing and TIAA (Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America) for a financial wellness midcareer retirement check-in. This... Read more »