The Office of Distinguished Scholarships (ODS) is available to help students at all levels of their education articulate their goals within and beyond the university and will work with you individually to find scholarships that match these goals. ODS is here to advise you on applications, suggest interviewing strategies, and put you in touch with faculty members who can assist with writing project proposals.
Chrisy is a first-year student in the residential Master of Public Administration program at UNC’s School of Government. She has spent the past year as a Guardian Ad Litem volunteer advocate for abused and neglected children and has a passion for public service. She is so happy to be part of the ODS team as a Program Assistant!
Carmen Marable is a PhD student studying neuroscience. Her research examines the developmental origins of child neuronal developmental delay and disorders. She was a 2013-2015 Maximizing Access to Research Careers Scholar, a 2017-2019 ORISE Research Fellow with the US Environmental Protection Agency, and was most recently awarded an NIH ECHO grant in 2020 to conduct her doctoral research here at UNC. In her spare time, Carmen enjoys hiking and trying new recipes.
explores the role of British Romantic poetry and philosophy in religious media in the nineteenth century. More broadly, Eric is interested in the intersection between religion and literary studies.
Jo is a PhD student in the English and Comparative Literatures Department at UNC Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on questions of memory and technology in the early 20th century, with an emphasis
Inger Brodey is a scholar, instructor, and mentor who works closely with Carolina students and alumni applying for nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships. As Director of the Office of Distinguished Scholarships (ODS), she runs the selection committees for most of UNC’s endorsed scholarships, including the Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Knight-Hennessy, Goldwater, Churchill, and Luce. She is an award-winning professor of English and Comparative Literature, Global Studies, Asian Studies, and Honors. Professor Brodey studied at the Albert-Ludwigs Universität in Freiburg, Germany, as well as at Waseda University in Tokyo before earning her PhD degree from the University of Chicago.
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Office of Distinguished Scholarships Contact Information
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