Lenior Hall, Lunch on Your Own
With 13 unique food stations – including a burrito bar and sushi station – there are a variety of lunch options available. Be sure to visit the Student Stores (located right across The Pit) to use your 20% discount coupon.
Pharmacy Alumni Golf Outing at Finley Golf Course ($46 walking/$57 cart rental)
To register, email Heather Lewis at email@example.com or call (919) 966-1929. This event has a limit of 28 and registration is required. Please note, this activity is not listed on the registration form.
Ackland Art Museum
The Ackland, UNC’s art museum since 1958, houses a very distinguished collection of art from almost all cultures and time periods, including special concentrations in art from Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. This tour will focus on highlights of the some 300 works currently on view, as well as introducing participants to the many – and sometime surprising – ways that the Ackland engages with professors and students across UNC’s health sciences schools. There is no cost to attend but registration is required as space is limited to 15.
Edible Campus UNC
Take a walk with the Coordinator of Edible Campus UNC, a community outreach program of the North Carolina Botanical Garden that converts gardens across the campus to incorporate edible, medicinal and pollinator-friendly plants. We’ll see and taste from the gardens, learn how the program supports food justice initiatives at the University and more. There is no cost to attend but registration is required as space is limited to 40.
The modern herbarium is used not only by scientists discovering new plant-based drugs, but also to document biodiversity. The herbarium was founded in 1908 by mycologist Dr. William Chambers Coker, and today is the second largest herbarium in the southeastern United States (only the Smithsonian Institution’s herbarium is larger). The herbarium, located in 401 Coker Hall, the center of campus, curates over 700,000 specimens of fungi, lichens, algae, mosses, and plants from around the globe with a focus on the native flora of the southeastern United States. Herbarium Curator Carol Ann McCormick will give a tour of the herbarium and will discuss some of the current research projects. There is no cost to attend but registration is required as space is limited to 15.
Student Networking in Kerr
Join us for engaging conversations with our pharmacy students. Share your experience, and help our future Carolina pharmacists learn more about the wide range of career opportunities in the fields of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. Light refreshments provided. There is no cost to attend but registration is required.
Class Networking, Location TBA
The classes of 1974, 1984 and 2009 will gather to network and socialize during Homecoming Weekend. There is no cost to attend but registration is required.