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Film, art, food, talks celebrate Asian Pacific American culture

Tar Heels have a wide range of events to choose from to honor Asian Pacific American heritage this April.

A headshot of Delaney Thull at the Old Well.

Delaney Thull: Making philosophy and ethics accessible to all

A Ph.D. student in the philosophy department, Delaney Thull’s work with the Parr Center helps make ethics accessible to all.

Jocelyn Burney: Digging into the lives of ancient Jewish communities

Religious studies Ph.D. student Jocelyn Burney relishes the public humanities aspect of her graduate work — from contextualizing a pottery exhibit in Carolina Hall to teaching the Hebrew Bible at a Raleigh women’s prison to supervising the work of undergraduate students at an archaeological dig in Israel.

A headshot of Jieni Zhou in front of a mural featuring Rameses the Ram and other UNC landmarks.

Jieni Zhou: Researching how positive experiences affect our well-being

A fifth-year social psychology Ph.D. student, Jieni Zhou researches the intersection of well-being and romantic relationships.

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Jimmy Dögerl: Bridging gaps in global conversations on climate policy

German graduate student Jimmy Dögerl chose UNC’s Transatlantic Master’s Program to study the American perspective on climate policy and spend a formative year in the American South.

A headshot of Jocelyn Chatman at the Old Well.

Jocelyn Chatman: Bringing performances to life through costume design

A costume production MFA student in the dramatic art department, Jocelyn Chatman makes performances come alive.

White words on dark blue background: Celebrating Our Graduate and Professional Students, Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week April 3-7

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week April 3-7

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2023 is April 3-7.

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