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Undergraduate Travel Award Applications (due 15th of every month)


Location: TBD (will be updated once selected)

Contact: The Office for Undergraduate Research (OUR)

Description: The Office for Undergraduate Research (OUR) announces the availability of awards (up to $500) to UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate students to defray the cost of travel to present results of their research or creative performance at a professional conference in their field. All currently enrolled undergraduate students in good academic standing are eligible to apply for an […]

PlayMakers Tickets NOW ON SALE!


Location: Center for Dramatic Art

Cost: 15

Contact: PlayMakers Repertory Company

Description: As the professional theatre company in residence at UNC-Chapel Hill, PlayMakers Repertory Company produces six Mainstage and three Second Stage productions each season. Single tickets are now on sale for all productions of the season including a new comedy by the head writer of This is Us and UNC alum Mike Wiley's collaboration with musician Laurelyn Dossett!

‘Image of Ukraine (Образ України),’ Exhibition


Location: FedEx Global Education Center

Contact: Ingrid Smith

Description: “Image of Ukraine (Образ України): Exploring Ukrainian Culture through Embroidery and Painting” highlights two traditional Ukrainian folk art forms – vyshyvka (Ukrainian embroidery) and Petrykivka (a Ukrainian style of painting named after its city of origin). The exhibition explores Ukrainian culture through the lens of decorative folk art, delving into the history and cultural significance of traditions central to […]

Flash of Light, Fog of War: Japanese Military Prints, 1894-1905


Location: Ackland Art Museum

Contact: Allison Portnow

Description: When modern war technologies, such as long-range ammunition, torpedoes, and electric searchlights, were introduced into the First Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War at the turn of the 20th century, Japanese printmakers documenting battle scenes skillfully adapted the centuries-old techniques of ukiyo-e (woodblock printing) to achieve altogether new atmospheric and light effects. The Ackland’s exhibition Flash of Light, […]

2017 Employee Forum UNC “Food for All” Campus Food Drive


Location: UNC-Chapel Hill

Cost: Free

Contact: UNC Employee Forum

Description:   UNC ‘Food for All’ Year-Long Food Drive  Help us fight hunger in North Carolina! In conjunction with the ‘Food for All’ University theme, the Employee Forum is hosting a year-long food drive effort which will benefit the Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC and the Carolina Cupboard here on campus. This food drive will contribute to Harris Teeter’s Million […]

Davis Projects for Peace Award


Location: Online

Cost: Free

Contact: Luisa Brooks

Description: Davis Projects for Peace awards are open to all undergraduates at the 76 institutions (including UNC-Chapel Hill) that are part of the Davis United World College Scholars Program. Students are invited to design grassroots projects that they will implement during the summer. Davis Projects for Peace selects 100 projects judged to be the most promising and […]

John and June Allcott Gallery: Footnotes (revisions)


Location: Hanes Art Center

Contact: Jina Valentine

Description: Footnotes (revisions) is a response to the University’s Carolina Hall didactic which illustrates a brief history of the events leading up to the Saunders’ Hall name change. Footnotes offers an addendum to that incomplete narrative, employing a diverse range of materials sourced directly from Wilson Library, and student activist groups, affording the public a more comprehensive account of the Carolina/Hurston/Saunders Hall history. Additionally, this exhibition seeks to recognize and validate the intellectual and emotional labor of several generations of student activists who ultimately succeeded in convincing the University to change the building’s name.

2018 Community Engagement Fellowship applications


Location: Online

Cost: Free

Contact: Kim Allen

Description: Community Engagement Fellowship program awards a maximum of seven fellowships of up to $2,000 each year to develop and implement engagement or engaged scholarship projects that employ innovative, sustainable approaches to complex social needs, and have an academic connection.