University Research Week is a semi-annual, campus-wide event designed to improve awareness of what it means to be a research university, align the University’s missions of producing world-class research and providing a world-class undergraduate education, and promote opportunities for students to discover and engage in research and scholarship.

In support of this weeklong effort, departments are encouraged to coordinate department-specific activities such as research interest group meetings; workshops for faculty and students to network and foster new research opportunities; symposia highlighting faculty and student research and scholarship; and tours of laboratories and other research facilities. In addition, faculty are encouraged to take 15-20 minutes during a class that week to discuss their own research with undergraduate students.

The inaugural University Research Week occurred last spring and was a great success. Read more at college.unc.edu/2017/03/28/unc-research-week.

More details about University Research Week activities will be provided in the coming weeks. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have questions.

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