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Business and Human Resources


Location: Rizzo Conference Center

Cost: 5,750

Contact: Lauren Garris

Description: This human resource management program is offered in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management. Participants will develop the key knowledge and skills that will make them successful, strategic business partners and highly effective with the other leaders in their organizations.

Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Managers


Location: Rizzo Conference Center

Cost: 3700

Contact: Lauren Garris

Description: Over the course of three days, learn how to better communicate your organization’s financial position. By the end of the seminar, you will be able to interpret financial statements, annual reports and understand financial terms such as liquidity and goodwill. Following are links to additional information on the Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Managers program: Program […]

Faculty Council


Location: Wilson Library, Louis Round

Cost: Free

Contact: Kathryn Turner

Description: Meeting of the Faculty Council at Wilson Library in the Pleasants Room on April 25, 2014 from 3-5pm. Agenda and meeting materials are available in advance at

Priceless Gem Tour: Springtime in Coker Arborteum


Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Cost: FREE

Contact: Missy Julian-Fox

Description: Springtime in Coker Arboretum, with natural science educator, Grant Parkin of the N.C. Botanical Garden.  The arboretum has occupied a treasured corner of Chapel Hill since William Coker, Carolina’s first professor of botany – and chair of buildings and grounds – lovingly laid out his plan for an outdoor classroom of native North Carolina plants […]

Reflecting on Japanese Internment during World War II


Location: Online

Cost: Please visit our website for cost details.

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Featuring PlayMakers Repertory Company’s PRC2 production of Hold These Truths Japanese internment camps have long been a subject of controversy.  Over one hundred thousand Japanese men, women, and children—the majority of whom were American citizens—were removed from their hometowns across the American West and relocated to camps under the watchful eye of the government. No […]