Navigating this election time together may challenge us, but together we can strive to be empathetic and respectful of each other.
Campus Guides for Election Support
- Carolina Peer Support Collaborative’s Campus Guide for Addressing Post-Election Need for Support (pdf)
- Speak Up Carolina, a resource to foster constructive dialogue around difficult issues
Campus Election Event Recordings
- “Consider This … the 2020 Elections” Sponsored by the UNC General Alumni Association and Carolina Public Humanities, this panel discussion, moderated by Director of Carolina Public Humanities and History Professor Lloyd Kramer, explores the many aspects of the political landscape in this election year and considers several perspectives and points of view.
- Fall 2020 Frey Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture with Larry Sabato
Election analyst Larry Sabato is the Frey Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor for Fall 2020. On Oct. 28, he spoke about the Nov. 3 election in conversation with UNC political science professor Jason Roberts.
External Resources for Having Difficult Discussions on Campus
- Don’t Let Election Passions Roil Your Workplace (Harvard Business Review)
- Living Room Conversations “Election 2020: Moving Forward Together
- Election Day and Post-Election Day Conversation Guides (pdf)(Essential Partners)
Campus Mental Health, Wellness and other Resources
- Wellness Resources from the UNC Office of Human Resources
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential counseling and resource program that is designed to help University employees and their families deal with both personal and work-related concerns.
- The University Ombuds Office provides conflict management and a safe place to talk for any member — staff, faculty and students — of the University community.