UNC Global Immersion Electives

Global immersion electives are intensive study abroad programs led by UNC Kenan-Flagler faculty. Participants learn about business and local economics firsthand through meeting with business leaders in local and multinational companies, local government leaders and meeting local students, where possible.  Students also receive academic credit towards the business degree.  Students are able to participate in…

The Adams Apprenticeship

The Adams Apprenticeship is a life-long network of students and successful UNC alumni that exists to shape, support, and speed the transition to entrepreneurial careers with successful outcomes.  The program matches highly qualified, successful professionals with high-achieving students, and facilitates productive and mutually beneficial long-term relationships. To learn more, visit https://www.adamsapprenticeship.com

Carolina AR/VR (CARVR)

Are you interested in learning more about AR/VR research and activities around campus? The UNC Augmented and Virtual Reality Interest Group includes over 150 people from all across campus, including faculty, students, and staff from just about every department at UNC Chapel Hill, and then some. Our goal is to promote innovative teaching and learning,…

University Innovation Fellows

The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools. The Fellows are a global community of students leading a movement to ensure that all students gain the necessary attitudes, skills and knowledge required to compete in the economy of the future. These student leaders from schools around the world…

Gillings School Student Government Association

The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Student Government Association (Gillings SGA) is an organization of public health student leaders spanning all departments in the School of Public Health. Gillings SGA is comprised of an executive board and representatives from each department within the School of Public Health. To learn more, visit https://sph.unc.edu/students/sga/

Hope Gardens

Hope Gardens is a completely student-run nonprofit organization that seeks to bridge the gap between UNC and the broader community on issues of food access and food security. We strive to educate participants about gardening, raise awareness about food insecurity and the ways we can combat it, increase access to fresh produce, and catalyze transitions to…

Girls Who Code UNC

Here at UNC Chapel Hill, the undergraduate and graduate students within the Computer Science department work each week to provide guidance in Python and web development to local middle and high school girls. We have three meetings each week: Monday 5-6:30pm, Tuesday 5-6:30pm and Wednesday 5-6:30pm in Sitterson Hall. For Spring 2019, the sessions are for…

FashionMash

Course/club/space fashion related on campus Professor Dana Mcmahan Workroom FashionMash is both a workspace for prototyping and building, as well as a way of thinking. Since 2009, the program has given advertising students in UNC-Chapel Hill’s Media and Journalism School the chance to work directly with fashion and lifestyle brands to envision new ideas. As…

Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC)

The Venture Capital Investment Competition® began in the middle of the technology bubble in 1998 as an educational event for MBAs to learn about venture funding. Two decades later, through good times and bad in the venture industry, VCIC® has evolved into a marketplace for entrepreneurs seeking investors and a training ground for future venture…

Bryan Fellowship

The Robert E. Bryan Fellowship in the APPLES Service-Learning program is designed for undergraduate student teams interested in creating social impact locally and/or globally through the creation of an innovative project that addresses a community-identified need. The fellowship goals are to: Provide practical support and mentorship to students in developing their projects, Contribute to addressing…

BeAM

BeAM@CAROLINA is a network of makerspaces where any UNC student, staff, or faculty member can join the UNC maker community in the design and creation of physical objects for education, research, entrepreneurship, and recreation. Makers can participate in open studios, training sessions, workshops, hosted classes, and group activities. Enjoy spaces equipped with emerging technologies like…

CUBE

Located in the Campus Y, UNC’s Center for Social Justice and Social Innovation, CUBE provides social entrepreneurs at Carolina with a number of interconnected benefits: capacity building outside the classroom; elite coaching and mentoring from seasoned entrepreneurs; co-working space; and seed funding for venture development. All of this is managed from a central location at…