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Student Leadership in Service

March 24, 2022

Join APPLES Service-Learning student leaders to learn about the variety of opportunities for engagement on and off-campus. APPLES provides direct service opportunities, plus education and reflection, to help students make deeper meaning of their service and learn more about communities … Continued

We’re Still Here: North Carolina’s Indigenous Cultures

March 24, 2022

North Carolina is home to the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River, totaling more than 184,000 people with eight state-recognized tribes and four urban Indian organizations. During this program, we will learn more about each tribe … Continued

NC CEAL: The Black/African-American Community Response Team

March 23, 2022

The North Carolina Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) Research Team established a collaborative process that implements intentional strategies to fully engage community partners to build the power necessary for shared decision making. The establishment of this collaborative also allows space for … Continued

Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars

March 23, 2022

Building Bridges Between Communities and Carolina Faculty for 15 Years The Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars program, in its 15th year, is currently working with its eighth two-year cohort of Carolina faculty. The program is a faculty development initiative on the … Continued

Rural Pharmacy Scholars

March 22, 2022

Offering a Graduate Certificate in Rural Pharmacy Health as a Strategy in Addressing Healthcare Workforce Development The presentation will focus on the Rural Pharmacy Health Certificate program which has been uniquely offered on the Asheville campus of UNC Eshelman School … Continued