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Finding Your People…Documenting Black Families

UNC Libraries: The Southern Historical Collection is hosting a virtual panel discussion on “Finding Your People: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Documenting Black Families in Special Collections and Archives,” on Feb. 9.

Earthquake fundraiser

Hi BCBP dept,   Early this week, Turkey and Syria were tremendously affected by devastating earthquakes that result in the loss of at least 22,000 lives. This number continues to increase rapidly as rescue efforts endure. The earthquakes caused massive destruction and left many individuals without shelter.  The Sancar Foundation is working with BridgeToTurkiye to channel donations … Read more

Minus80 User Training

On Tuesday, February 14th at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT, and each Tuesday thereafter, Minus80 Monitoring will be hosting a  User Training session. The meetings last only 15-20 mins, leaving time for anyone wishing to stay and ask questions to do so.  This brief Zoom training course is perfect for new or current … Read more

Languishing, Flourishing & Your Mental Health

Over the past few years, employees have been asked to do more, do their work differently and do better in new and challenging ways, all while managing family life and personal responsibilities that seem neverending. The feeling of languishing or “will this ever end?” abounds throughout the workforce and can have a huge impact on your mental health. Working on our mental health need not be reserved just for those who are in crisis or who are faced with an official diagnosis: Mental health matters for everyone. This interactive session provides more details and helpful ideas on how to move from languishing through work and life to flourishing.

UNC Health Black History Month Celebration

Bondurant Hall 321 S Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join UNC Health’s Equity & Inclusion Department, teammates from the
Black Alliance, Faith & Spirituality, and Diverse Abilities ERGs, and School
of Medicine employees to celebrate Black History Month. This year’s
theme will focus on highlighting African American pioneers in medicine and
how their contributions have impacted healthcare and Bondurant Hall G100, Strum Auditorium

BCBP Student Thesis Defense: Odessa Goudy (Kuhlman lab)

1131 Bioinformatics 130 Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

“Computational design of autoinhibitory domains for a protease-activated PD-L1 inhibitor” Seminar based upon the doctoral dissertation of Odessa Goudy under the direction of Dr. Brian Kuhlman Venue: Bioinformatics 1131 and by Zoom UNC Zoom Meetings are private and should not be shared on social media or beyond the members of this list. Recent news: Odessa … Read more