UNC Bears Hard Hat

Construction continues on UNC's new Campus Commons. Take a look inside to see the progress and learn how this building will help UNC maintain momentum for the future. [READ FULL POST]

Kabuki Strength Podcasts

Alumnus Rudy Kadlub’s path from football coach to fitness entrepreneur took him from Davis California to Portland, Oregon, with stops in Greeley, Colorado and Boise, Idaho in between. Today, he runs Kabuki Strength. Part gym, part fitness manufacturer, part shipping hub, and part recording studio – Kabuki Strength is not the company you might expect from a real estate developer. But mix in a master of arts in physical education from UNC, a strength in sales, and Rudy Kadlub’s enterprise starts to make a lot of sense. [READ FULL POST]

rachael carrillo

UNC student, Rachael Carrillo ’20 (Sociology), says guidance from university staff and support from the Reisher Family and Stryker Institute for Leadership Development scholarships is the only reason she’s a Bear today. [READ FULL POST]


As a Bear, your career after UNC can take you anywhere. And, like many UNC alumni, you might be considering a career transition. Whether you're making a career change or launching a new one, you may be wanting to explore new options, add a new skill or navigating a job search in a new location. Your UNC Alumni Association has the newest tools and resources to help support your career development. [READ FULL POST]

Denise Burgess

Alumna Denise Burgess '82 shares her insight into a career after college and the role she now fills as a business owner and Chair of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. [READ FULL POST]

Ashley Torgerson

UNC alumnus Ashley Torgerson shares how he made his way from a sociology degree to a career in financial services, working for companies like JP Morgan Chase and Charles Schwab. [READ FULL POST]

Andre Rodriguez and Cashelle Butler

UNC theatre alumni Andre Rodriguez '09, '13 and Cashelle Butler '14 share their career insight and love of theatre and UNC with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Teen Company. [READ FULL POST]