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SUP is the recruitment arm of The Graduate School’s Diversity and Student Success program with the goal of building upon the DSS mission to diversify Carolina’s graduate population. SUP works directly with the various summer undergraduate research programs at Carolina as a way of creating connections and providing tools necessary for the transition into a graduate career

The goal is achieved through:

Professional Development Seminars: All 2021 seminars will be offered virtually

(browse 2019 seminars)

Community-Building and Networking Opportunities

Research Symposium: 2021 Symposium will be held virtually. All participating students have the opportunity at the end of the summer to present their research to the campus community and public arena.

Explore the list of 2019 Symposium Participants


View our symposium presenter awardees from previous years:

Summer Programs Participating in SUP:

  1. / 21EH Scholars: 21st Century Environmental Health Scholars
  2. CSF: Carolina Summer Fellowship Program
  3. CSS: Chancellor’s Science Scholars
  4. ENABLE: Extensible Network-Accessible Biomedical & Health Informatics Lifelong Learning Environment
  5. IMHOTEP: Summer Internship in Public Health
  6. MSP: McKinney Scholars Program
  7. McNair Summer Research Program
  8. MURAP: Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program
  9. Partners: NCCU-UNC Partners Cancer Research Education Program
  10. Partners: NCCU-UNC Partners & Gillings School of Global Public Health
  11. PMSP: Precision Medicine Scholars Program
  12. SMART: Science & Math Achievement & Resourcefulness Track
  13. / SOLAR: Summer of Learning And Research
  14. SPIRE: Summer Undergraduate Research Program
  15. SUROC: Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity in Chemistry
  16. / SURE: Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
  17. SURF: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

/ Programs have opted for HYBRID programming (virtual & on campus) for summer 2021

  Programs have decided NOT to hold programming for summer 2021


For more information, contact:
Kathy Wood, Co-Director

Diversity & Student Success Program