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UNC professors create graphic book to help simplify the prison system

"The idea of a graphic novel, to me, seemed perfect for this new generation of people that are coming into our system in adult correction,” said Shane Tharrington, North Carolina Department of Public Safety employee who helped with the book. 

The state prison system can be complex, but a professor in UNC's School of Government created an educational graphic novel featuring illustrations and diagrams to simplify the incarceration process for accused young people entering the system.



UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy has been a leader in pharmacy practice, education and sciences on the national level for the past twenty-five years. The school's collaborative centers provide faculty and students with access to sophisticated equipment and opportunities for research. There are approximately 750 professional students and more than 1000 graduate students, post-doctorates, residents and fellows. Graduates work in dynamic fields including academia, pharmaceutical sales, drug development, research, long-term and managed-care pharmacy.

The school is accredited by the American Council for Pharmacy Education and a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. It is ranked number two among the nation’s doctor of pharmacy programs in U.S. News & World Report magazine’s 2013 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools.

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Graduate student Jon Bogart purifies a compound on Friday afternoon, Sept. 25, in the lab at the UNC Chapel Hill Eshelman Pharmacy School.

$100 million gift prompts innovation in Pharmacy School

In December 2014, UNC alumnus Fred Eshelman made a $100 million commitment to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. In May, the pharmacy school launched the Eshelman Institute for Innovation, which uses the Eshelman money to encourage students, faculty and staff to take risks in research.


For pharmacy students, a changing job market

It’s no secret that mounting debt and declining job prospects are affecting students’ decisions to go to law school, but some pharmacy schools are starting to show similar warning signs as an increased number of graduates meet fewer employment opportunities.


UNC receives largest donation ever

Six weeks after the release of the Wainstein report, the University has reached another historic moment — this time, a positive one. On Wednesday, philanthropist and UNC alumnus Fred Eshelman made a $100 million dollar commitment to the Eshelman School of Pharmacy.


Fred Eshelman

Q&A with UNC alumnus, donor Fred Eshelman

Philanthropist and UNC alumnus Fred Eshelman recently gave $3 million to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, which was named in his honor in 2008, by which time he had already donated about $33 million.