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Graduate Fellowship Program


The Parr Center Graduate Fellows are an interdisciplinary cohort of students who research and work in ethics and who are drawn from across Carolina’s College of Arts and Sciences and various professional schools. The Graduate Fellows program provides grad students with a community to learn about ethics, to share research, and to serve alongside on public ethics projects. Parr Center Graduate Fellows participate in the life of the Parr Center for Ethics by attending Parr Center lectures and lunch talks, by engaging in the Parr Center’s community outreach, and by volunteering as case writers and guest judges with the North Carolina and National High School Ethics Bowls. 


Parr Center Graduate Fellows receive:

  • invites to present at or attend the annual Parr Center Grad Fellow Research Mini-Workshop
  • invites for semesterly meet-ups to talk ethics over meals or drinks on Franklin St.
  • opportunities for dinners with the Parr Center’s invited lecturers
  • opportunities to present work at conferences organized by the Parr Center


Questions? Email our Graduate Fellow Coordinator, Juliana Hemela.


Interested in applying? Please see the application below.

Graduate Fellow