UNC alumna Sue Falsone loved watching the games of her hometown professional football team, the Buffalo Bills.
Sonja Haynes Stone was not in attendance at the 20th anniversary celebration of Communiversity, the educational outreach program inspired by her work. The beloved professor died unexpectedly in 1991, leaving behind Carolina students and colleagues who would find themselves changed by her example.
In his first official White House visit to Carolina, President Barack Obama focused on college affordability and the plight of students who rely on federal loans to finance their education during remarks to an enthusiastic crowd at Carmichael Arena Tuesday on April 24.
Part Swiss army knife, part compass: that’s Greg Gangi.
UNC professor Hans Paerl has helped ecosystems around the world through FerryMon, a successful model for water monitoring systems.
In the quest to solve the autism puzzle, we know more about fragile X syndrome than any other piece. How close are we to a cure?
Nine days, 58 students, 2,616 miles traveled and 3,191 service hours amount to an APPLES Service-Learning alternative spring break (ASB) that UNC students found more rewarding than any they could have imagined.
Athletes, coaches and parents can now determine if someone may have a concussion with a new phone app created by a UNC alumnus and a UNC faculty member.
When music professor Mark Katz says he wants his students to have a hands-on learning experience, he means it.
The emails and text messages never stop, and Pam Lach knows neither can she.