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Gillings Commencement (TBA)

Gillings School Student Activities, Organizations and Community Events

General Links

Health and Wellness

A message from Dean Sims-Evans (PDF)

Mental Health and Wellness


Virtual Nutrition


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 minds– 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 Series

Outside of the Gillings School

Career Services

Gillings School Career Services

What We’re Listening to and Reading


Race, History, and Anti-Racist Education


Public Health, Wellness & Nutrition



Race and Culture

Public Health


Movies and Videos

Web Articles and Links


Additional Resources


Webinar Recordings

Wind Down Wednesday Series (2020 Archived)

  • August 26: Optimizing Your Space and Time (Betty-Shannon Prevatt) [View Recording]
  • September 9: Harnessing Your Strengths and Resilience (Candice Fisher Webb) [View Recording]
  • September 23: Alleviating Stress and Anxiety (Dr. Kamala Uzzell) [View Recording]
  • October 14: Avoiding and/or Eliminating Distractions (Shekinah Fashaw) [View Recording]
  • October 28: Making Healthy Food Choices (Jonathan Earnest) [View Recording]
  • November 11: Managing Grief and Loss During the Holidays (Dr. Greg Bocchino) [View Recording]

Money Talks Mondays

International Student Resources

Carolina International Community website
Carolina International Community has been set up for winter break and will be providing all Carolina international students with a virtual space to gather. To access the site, you need to access Sakai with your ONYEN and password, navigate to “Membership” on the left-hand panel, select “Joinable Sites” and search for “Carolina International Community.”
Once you’ve joined, you’ll be able to view the calendar of events and access the Zoom link. Check your emails for the email “Winter Break Programming” sent from ISSS on November 25 to get the weekly schedule of virtual events and other resources.

COVID-19 Emergency Funding Resources for International Students