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Gillings Instagram Photo Contest

Monthly contest announced via Instagram. Prizes are Gillings Swag giveaways mailed to your home address.

How to win:

  1. Follow UNC Public Health on Instagram
  2. Like the post on Instagram that announces when the contest will begin each month
  3. Post one photo using the hashtag #Gillings2020

Wind Down Wednesday Series: Wednesdays from 5-6 pm

Registration Recommended

August 26:   Optimizing Your Space and Time (Betty-Shannon Prevatt)

September 9:   Harnessing Your Strengths and Resilience (Candice Fisher Webb)

September 23:   Alleviating Stress and Anxiety (Dr. Kamala Uzzell)

October 14:   Avoiding and/or Eliminating Distractions (Shekinah Fashaw)

October 28:   Making Healthy Food Choices (Jonathan Earnest)

November 4:   Radical Self Care (Dawna Jones)
November 11:   Managing Grief and Loss During the Holidays (Dr. Greg Bocchino)

Support Pod for Black Students: Fridays at 5 pm

Registration Recommended

July 17:  Natiaya Neal and Melonie Clarke

August 21:    Patsy Polston and Dana Rice

September 18:  Adia Ware and Kimberly Truesdale

October 9:  Deshana Cabasan-Hunte and Derrick Matthews

November 6:  Chantel Martin, Stephanie Baker and Bahby Banks

December 4:   Charletta Sims Evans, Oj McGhee and Jeffrey Simms


Health and Wellness

Mental Health and Wellness

Fitness

Virtual Nutrition


Peer2Peer

Peer2Peer is an undergraduate and graduate student-led initiative that provides peer support in the form of one-on-session with peer responders. Through these conversations, we support anonymity and individual autonomy. Peer support connects us to each other through shared experiences.

We hope our Peer Responders’ diverse range of lived experiences can help students across the country find comfort during this unprecedented time. We encourage individuals to use this platform as an avenue to talk about what may be on their mind– both mental and non-mental health related.

Peer2Peer values vulnerability, empathy, and perspectives that are innate to peer support.  We hope students across the country will seek support through Peer2Peer and encourage those around them to do the same.

Connect with Peer2Peer Services


Lectures and Webinars

Gillings School

Outside of the Gillings School


Career Services

Gillings School Career Services

Fall Schedule of Events

Please register on Handshake to attend these events.

Public Health Job Search Tips and Tricks
Thursday, August 27, 5 – 6 p.m.

Quickly Craft a Cover Letter That Makes a Difference
Thursday, September 3, 5 – 6 p.m.

LinkedIn Part I – How to Create your LinkedIn Profile
Thursday, September 10, 5 – 6 p.m.

LinkedIn Part II – How to Leverage LinkedIn for Career Success
Thursday, September 17, 5 – 6 p.m.

LinkedIn Part III – Unleashing the Power of LinkedIn
Thursday, October 1, 5 – 6 p.m.

Lunch and Learn – Public Health Data Science
Friday, October 2, Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Lunch and Learn – Maternal, Child and Family Health
Friday, October 9, Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Diversity in Public Health: Navigating the Field as a Person of Color
Thursday, October 22, 3 – 5 p.m

Career Planning for the Future
Thursday, October 29, 5 – 6 p.m.


What We’re Listening to and Reading

Podcasts

Race, History, and Anti-Racist Education

LGBTQ

Public Health, Wellness & Nutrition

Antiracism

Books

Race and Culture

Public Health

Antiracism

Movies and Videos

Web Articles and Links

Antiracism

Additional Resources

Antiracism