First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 2, Meeting 4 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 1, Meeting 4 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

Food For Thought: Professor Diane Pozefsky, Department of Computer Science

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Diane Pozefsky’s work at IBM transformed IBM’s networking technology to allow networks to change and adapt more easily. In the early nineties, as corporations moved toward TCP/IP networks, Pozefsky developed the AnyNet technology, which broke the barriers between IBM’s proprietary … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 2, Meeting 3 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 1, Meeting 3 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 2, Meeting 2 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 1, Meeting 2 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

Food For Thought: Professor Emil Kang, Department of Music

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

"Engagement: Arts Awareness in an Impatient World" Emil J. Kang serves as Special Assistant to the Chancellor for the Arts. In this cabinet level position, Kang is responsible for programming arts events, activities and installations across campus, creating clear and well-coordinated … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 2, Meeting 1 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

First Year Career Perspectives Group (Section 1, Meeting 1 of 4)

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Join the Career Perspectives group and connect with the Honors Carolina Advising & Career Guides to understand how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to academic, co-curricular, and career opportunities. Though self-evaluation exercises, you will reflect on what you have … Continued

Alumni Dinner by the Dozen

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Shawn Wilkerson

Food For Thought: “Peer Popularity: Is It Still Affecting Your Lives Today?” featuring Dr. Mitch Prinstein, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Mitch Prinstein is the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and a member of the Clinical Psychology Program. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Emory University in 1992, his M.A, and Ph.D. in Clinical Child … Continued

Alumni Dinner by the Dozen

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Janie Molster  

Alumni Dinner by the Dozen

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Beth and Bob Black

Food For Thought: “Do Businessmen/Businesswomen Make Good Political Leaders?” featuring Dr. Ritchie Kendall, Department of English and Comparative Literature

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Ritchie Kendall is Assistant Dean for Honors Carolina and an associate professor in the English and Comparative Literature Department. He received his B.A. from Yale University in 1973, his M.A. from Harvard University in 1975, and his Ph.D. from … Continued

Alumni Dinner by the Dozen

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

William Tricomi

Food For Thought: “Art vs. Aid in African Conflict” featuring Dr. Chérie Rivers Ndaliko, Department of Music

Graham Memorial: Room 011 (Basement Level) 218 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Chérie Rivers Ndaliko is an interdisciplinary scholar who studies radical arts interventions in conflict regions of Africa through ethnomusicology, film studies, and cultural theory. Her work centers on film and music as catalysts of movements of socio-political transformation as … Continued