The Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (MURAP) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a graduate-level research experience for highly talented undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in pursuing doctorates in the humanities, social sciences or fine arts. MURAP aims to foster the entrance of students from underrepresented minority groups, as well as others with a proven commitment to diversity, into graduate school and faculty positions in academia. Each summer, the program brings a cohort of 20 rising juniors and seniors in college to our campus for an intensive, ten-week research experience.
2016 University Diversity Awards
Nine recipients, including our director Prof. Rosa Perelmuter, were recognized during the 2016 University Awards for their significant contributions to the enhancement, support and/or furtherance of diversity and inclusion at Carolina and in the community. The group of winners for this prestigious award was comprised of faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, an alumnus, student organization, department and community member. Each of the recipients had gone above and beyond their assigned duties to demonstrate advocacy for diversity, equity and inclusion.
To read more about this event, click on: UNC 2016 Diversity Awards
MURAP 2016 Conference
The topic of this year’s MURAP conference is, “The Politics of Colorism: A Global Context.”
The conference will take place on July 21 and 22 at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Please click on the link to view the conference schedule: MURAP 2016 Conference Schedule