Programs & Initiatives

First Look

Carolina First Look

Posted 6 days ago

Carolina First Look is an opportunity for medical students who are preparing for the residency application process to visit the UNC School of Medicine & Health Care System to learn more about available specialty medical programs for residents.

Second-Look

Carolina Second Look

Posted 6 days ago

Carolina Second Look is an opportunity for medical students who are preparing for the residency selection process to visit the UNC School of Medicine & Health Care System.

Resident Diversity Initiative

Resident Diversity Initiative

Posted 6 days ago

The Resident Diversity Initiative is a key component of the UNC SOM Faculty Pipeline Initiatives, programs aimed at increasing the number of qualified candidates from under-represented minority populations that serve in faculty leadership positions at UNC.

Larry D. Keith Scholarship for Visiting Student Electives

Larry D. Keith Scholarship for Visiting Student Electives

Posted 6 days ago

The visiting student elective is an invaluable experience and opportunity for assessment and evaluation of a candidate’s preparedness and potential for success in the most highly competitive medical specialty training programs.

Back to Carolina Clinical Sciences Forum

Back to Carolina Clinical Sciences Forum

Posted 6 days ago

Back to Carolina Clinical Sciences Forum provides an opportunity for underrepresented faculty, residents, post-docs, and medical students to network with each other, the Medical School, and the Health Care System’s leadership team.

DEI Certificate Program

Posted 6 days ago

The DEI Certificate Program is a new initiative from the SOM Office of Inclusive Excellence in support of the 2019 SOM Strategic Plan to foster an inclusive workplace environment.

In Memory

  • Remembering Paul Godley

    Remembering Paul Godley
    UNC School of Medicine Vice Dean for Diversity and Inclusion

    “All of us at the UNC School of Medicine deeply respected Paul, and he will be greatly missed by everyone fortunate enough to have known him,” said Wesley Burks, MD, Dean of the UNC School of Medicine and CEO of UNC Health Care. “Paul’s contributions to our institution and our community cannot be overstated.”

    Paul A. Godley Art of Medicine Fellowship