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Early Career Faculty Panel


Get a sampler of academic professional development in this 8-part event series covering everything from the academic hiring process, to defining your teaching philosophy, to careers outside academia. Events meet online in Zoom throughout the spring term. Join faculty panelists … Read more

Headshots for Heels

The Graduate Student Center 211A West Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us for a free headshot and networking event hosted by The Graduate School—CareerWell Professional Development. Come dressed to impress, network with your fellow Heels, and enjoy some light refreshments. Bring your CV or cover letter for an expert review. We … Read more

Caring for Yourself as an Instructor: Applying Rest in the Classroom


This workshop is designed to cultivate a safe and brave space for individuals with minoritized identities by covering topics related to self-care, rest, navigating the politics of higher education, academic trauma, microaggressions and healing. Working off of Tricia Hersey’s (2022) … Read more

Teaching & Working with Autistic & Neurodivergent Students (in person)

Wilson Library Pleasants Family Assembly Room 200 South Rd, Chapel Hill, NC

ARS and the UNC TEACCH Autism Program invite instructors of all levels, including graduate students and teaching assistants, to attend an informative session on the topic of Teaching & Working with Autistic & Neurodivergent Students.  

How to Find a Job You’ll Love


You’ve heard that PhDs can be happy in a nonacademic career, but will YOU be happy? How can you find a career that will be intellectually engaging, rewarding, and challenging?  Join Beyond the Professoriate to learn how you can find … Read more

Research Mentor Training


Work with a community of peers and facilitators to develop and improve your research mentoring skills in this engaging seminar. You will develop your personal mentoring philosophy, learn how to articulate that philosophy across a variety of disciplines and refine … Read more