UNC President Tom Ross loves what Carolina stands for.
Terry Magnuson’s first step toward research to help others was far from beginner’s luck.
In 1966, a girl from Pauls Valley, Okla., stepped off a bus into the culture shock of New York City.
Kevin Guskiewicz first became concerned about concussions when he was with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an athletic trainer in the early 1990s.
Hurricane forecasts soon may be more accurate than ever, thanks to UNC researchers.
On the tenth anniversary of 9/11, people throughout the world can recall where they were and how they reacted to the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and the crash of United Airlines Flight 93.
When the Powering a Nation team came to executive producer Laura Ruel to tell her what they had settled on for this year’s project, she wasn’t sure about the title. It was edgy. It was provocative. And it was risky.
Soon, many school children will start a new school year. Their first assignment may be that popular essay answering the question, “What did you do on your summer vacation?”
The internment of Japanese Americans during World War II has fascinated law professor Eric Muller for more than twenty years.
Every year, plant diseases wipe out millions of tons of crops, lead to the waste of valuable water resources and cause farmers to spend tens of billions of dollars battling them.