by the numbers
Carolina Clubs with active Web pages*
Alumni who have registered
in the online community*
Online directory records*
( This directory includes records for
258,977 living alumni,
56,741 deceased alumni,
as well as records of faculty, staff,
students and friends of UNC.)
Individuals with e-mail addresses
in the online directory*
Unique visitors in March 2007*
Unique visitors in March 2008*
ADVENTURES IN IDEAS: Presented with the
Program in the Humanities and Human Values
• Religious Tolerance and Intolerance from Antiquity
to the Middle Ages June 7
• Political Satire From Mark Twain to The Daily Show
• Michelangelo’s Genius: Renaissance Individuality
and Creativity June 28
• International Justice: Nuremberg and Beyond A
Distinguished Scholar Seminar featuring
Gerhard L. Weinberg, William Rand Kenan Jr.
Professor of history emeritus July 12
• From Book to Screen: Literature and Film July 19
• Teleclass: Cover Letters With Clout June 23,
noon– 1 p.m.
• Teleclass: Salary Negotiation July 21, noon– 1 p.m.
• New York Carolina Club: Summer Softball June
8–Aug. 3, Central Park Field 5, time TBA
• GAA Legislative Reception June 4
• GAA Board of Directors Quarterly Meeting
June 20– 21
• UNC Board of Trustees July 23– 24
• Summer Session II June 19–July 25
• Holiday July 4
• Alumni College in Tuscany June 4– 12
• Waterways of the Tsars June 12– 27
• Voyage Through America’s French Heritage
June 13– 24
• National Parks of the West June 14– 23
• Alumni Campus Abroad in Alpine Mountains &
Lakes June 23–July 1
• Great Journey Through Europe June 24–July 4
(wait list), July 4– 14
• A Taste of Provence June 13– 21 (wait list),
June 20– 28
• Budapest to Bucharest — Cruise through Eastern
Europe July 3– 14
• Cruise the British Isles July 12– 24
• Alumni Campus in Ukraine and Romania
July 14– 27
• The Classical World in the Time of St. Paul
July 19– 29
Don’t stop here …
Listed on this page are highlights of events for
June and July. New GAA programs and
activities are added regularly.
For detailed and up-to-date
information, visit the calendar at
MOST POPULAR PAGES*
2008 Men’s March Madness
Online Alumni Directory
Eve Carson Remembered (news story)
Hansbrough Jersey Retired
2008 Women’s March Madness
Events & Activities
Classmates & Alumni Groups
What is a Tar Heel?
(explanation of the origin of the name)
*for the preceding four weeks
as of March 31, 2008
contact information for events:
■ Admissions, Admitted ■ Homecoming
Student Receptions (919) 962–3582
(919) 843–9694 ■ Reunions
■ Alumni Education (919) 962–3576
(919) 962–3574 ■ Student Programs
■ Career Services (919) 962–7054
(919) 962–3749 ■ Travel (toll-free)
■ Club Events (877) 962–3980
(919) 962–6705 ■ University Athletics
■ GAA/University Misc. (919) 962–3576
GAA Online Digest
Look for these items at alumni.unc.edu
in May and June:
■ Spring Reunions The classes of ’ 58,
’ 63, ’ 68 and the Old Students Club
gathered May 9-11 for Spring Reunions.
Learn more about these events and view
the online photo galleries.
■ Distinguished Service Medals The
GAA is honoring five individuals for
their service to UNC and the GAA on
May 10.Vi ew the recipients’ photos and
read more about them online.
■ Homecoming/RAMpage 2008 and
the Black Alumni Reunion Make
your plans for the weekend of Nov. 7-8.
SARAH MCCART Y ARNESON ’ 96
Did You Know?
GAA members looking to advance their
careers or looking for a new business team
member can tap into their Carolina connections by posting and searching resumes online.
Also, Alumni Career Services can help you
create a resume that is focused, strategic and
convincing.Visit the Career Services to get
started — or to jump-start your career.
■ Student Send-Off Receptions Find a
reception in your area and join fellow
alumni in giving the newest Carolina
students a proper send-off.
See page 6 for the From the Hill Online Digest.
ONLINE: For more information about the GAA’s
activities, services and events, visit alumni.unc.edu.