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Charlotte Geier


University Career Services extends help to graduates but is losing staff

University Career Services, reacting to the economic impact of the pandemic, has extended its services to seniors from the class of 2020 and 2021 up to a year after graduation. Tierney Bates, interim executive director, said his department is seeing a high demand for its services but is down on staff and not receiving additional funds from the University.  

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Dr. Leah Cox, the current Vice President of Inclusion and Institutional Equity at Towson University became the fourth and final candidate to host an open forum as part of the selection process for UNC's new Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer.


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The Campus Safety Commission Co-Chair Dr. DeVetta Holman-Copeland speaks at the commission's virtual meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020. This month’s meeting addressed how COVID-19 impacts different student demographics, particularly minorities, those still on campus and graduate students. 

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