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Core Facilities Open House Tours

UNC Campus 1001 Bondurant Hall, Chapel Hill

Want more information about core facilities at UNC? Want in-person tours of specific core facilities to meet and interact with core directors and staff? Do you have a specific project for which core facility services are needed? Core facilities serve … Read more

University Research Week: A Climate of Change at Carolina

This year’s University Research Week events will highlight exceptional achievements of Carolina researchers and the benefits and impact that research has across our many disciplines addressing changing climates. Featured events and keynotes speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. … Read more

2023 Art in Science Competition Winners

Bondurant Hall, Ground Floor Lobby 321 S Columbia Street, Chapel Hill

Scientists in the UNC School of Medicine (SOM) truly embody the UNC Health tagline- “Scientists of Discovery, Artists of Innovation”. In celebration of 2023 University Research Week, the SOM solicited innovative scientific images that showcase the outstanding biomedical research in … Read more

Orthopaedic Research Showcase

Carolina Pointe II Clinic 6011 Farrington Road, Chapel Hill

This event will feature details regarding all of the ongoing research studies and clinical trials in the Department of Orthopaedic that are actively recruiting patients. We will have a stand-alone table on the second floor of the Carolina Pointe II … Read more


2023 Water & Health Conference

Friday Center 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill

The annual UNC Water and Health Conference reflects Water Institute's commitment to improving public health by achieving universal access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) services that are safe, affordable and sustainable. The conference provides a curated space … Read more

Exploring Research-Adjacent Careers in Academia

Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library 200 South Road, Chapel Hill

This event is for folks who already know they are interested in the support side of academic research or those being exposed to it for the first time. The event will include an informational presentation on the research ecosystem at … Read more

Psych & Neuro Fest Session 2


“Psych & Neuro Fest" will include 5 online, synchronous sessions that will allow you to learn more about Psychology and Neuroscience-related research across campus. You can register to be added to the Canvas Site where you can access the full … Read more

Research Insights from the UNC School of Education’s Leaders of Tomorrow

Peabody Hall, room G010 100 E. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill

This event will feature a panel of recent UNC School of Education undergraduates — from the Human and Organizational Leadership Development (HOLD) and Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) programs — discussing their undergraduate research experiences and the value of … Read more

Lunch & Learn: Health and Heat


Presented by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the Lunch & Learn series brings together Carolina researchers to share their work addressing and mitigating the impact of climate change in North Carolina. Each session will feature a distinct … Read more

Introduction to Covidence


This workshop will cover the basic features of Covidence, a tool for managing systematic reviews. We will focus on creating projects, importing libraries from citation managers, the screening process, and support resources for data extraction. This class is structured for … Read more

Innovation in the Changing Technology Landscape


With data produced at unprecedented rates, every sector of society is grappling with the challenges brought forth by the rapidly changing climate of ‘big data.’ Researchers at the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) are committed to tackling these challenges and transforming … Read more

Galapagos Seed Grant Program 2023-2024 Q&A

Dey Hall - Toy Lounge 200 South Road, Chapel Hill

The Center for Galapagos Studies will kick off University Research Week with a Q&A on our seed grant program at 3 p.m. in Toy Lounge, located in Dey Hall, where participants will be able to hear from UNC researchers currently … Read more

Hettleman Talks

Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium 325 Pittsboro Street, Room 136, Chapel Hill

Enjoy five 15 minute presentations by this year’s recipients of the Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Scholarly Achievement. The talks will provide an engaging look into these distinguished early career scholars’ work. The late Phillip Hettleman, a member of … Read more

Dimensions Analytics: Introductory Training


Learn how track the impact of your work, seek collaborative opportunities, and understand funding trends. Dimensions is a linked research knowledge system, available to all UNC affiliates, that brings together grants, publications, citations, alternative metrics, clinical trials, patents and policy … Read more

Getting Started in Undergraduate Research in Biology

Coker Hall, Room 201 120 South Road, Chapel Hill

Dr. Gidi Shemer, the Director of Undergraduate Research in Biology, will share information and tips getting started in undergraduate research in Biology. He’ll talk about identifying mentors and labs, locating opportunities, and getting course credit for your research. There will … Read more

Undergraduate Research in Earth and Marine Sciences

Mitchell Hall, room 005 104 South Road, Chapel Hill

Join us to learn about research opportunities for undergraduate students in the Department of Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences. Department faculty will discuss their research and Kevin Stewart, Director of Undergraduate Studies, will explain how to get started in research … Read more

Design for Multiple Materials: Adobe Illustrator Across the Makerspace

BeAM Makerspace, Carmichael Residence Hall 101 Stadium Dr, Chapel Hill

In this workshop, you will create 2D digital designs in Adobe Illustrator and learn how to adapt these designs for different makerspace tools. Identify the design modifications that control the functional outputs of the laser cutter. Experiment with how the … Read more