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Humanities Happy Hour: Nationalism in the US & Europe


Location: Top of the Hill – Back Bar

Cost: Free

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: What a way to start the 2018 season of Humanities Happy Hour! Join Carolina Public Humanities Director & Professor of History, Lloyd Kramer for a discussion about nationalism in the US & Europe. After his brief talk, Professor Kramer will lead a discussion with our audience that’s sure to be lively. Who knows, he might even sing […]

Pre-Health Interview Tips & Tactics



Contact: University Career Services

Description: Learn the basics of interviewing for the health professions. Take this opportunity to practice current formats being used by health professional schools and get instant feedback on your interview skills. For more information about our Pre-Health Advising program, please visit:  

Gratitude in Everyday Life: Emerging Insights Talk


Location: The Top of the Hill-The Great Room

Contact: Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

Description: Join us on Thursday, January 18 at 5:45 PM at the Top of the Hill Great Room (100 E. Franklin Street). Dr. Sara Algoe, Associate Professor of Social Psychology, and Dr. Andrea Hussong, Director of the Center for Developmental Science and Professor of Clinical Psychology, will present “Gratitude in Everyday Life: Conversations with Parents and […]

MLK Celebration Keynote Lecture & Awards Ceremony


Location: Memorial Hall

Description: The lecture provides an opportunity to hear from national thought leaders on the importance of social justice, unity, action, and/or service. This year, United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch will deliver the lecture. Additionally, the Keynote lecture program will include two special presentations: MLK Scholarships (awarded to a college junior) and MLK Unsung Hero Award […]

Dez Mona and B.O.X. – SÁGA


Location: Moeser Auditorium

Contact: Carolina Performing Arts

Description: “Classy, sensual, exquisitely artful and unmistakably new.” – The New York Times In a riveting meeting of minds, Sága—the Goddess of history—sings intense ballads that delve into narratives on the soul, the search for home and the quest for light in a flawed world. Belgian music collective B.O.X (Baroque Orchestration X) gathers some of today’s finest […]

Study Abroad Fair!


Location: Frank Porter Graham Student Union

Contact: Study Abroad Office

Description: <!– Comment out Google Calendar for now. Can add back later. + Google Calendar –> The Study Abroad Fair has representatives from all over the world, study abroad staff, and past study abroad students to answer your questions about studying almost anywhere in the world! Come and see what opportunities await you! The Study Abroad […]