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After graduating from Carolina in 1982, Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho went on to become the first female and the first nurse to be the Army surgeon general.
Jared Richards recalls childhood memories walking through the halls of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., and the awe of all that surrounded him. A summer research internship made it possible for the Carolina student to return and contribute to the institution.
On this week's podcast, Steve Davis discusses an archaeological discovery at the Carolina Inn and how he uses 3D technology to preserve moments in time.
Annual Veterans Day ceremonies celebrate the students, faculty and staff who serve or have served in the military.
UNC-Chapel Hill has been named an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public Land Grant Universities.
An $800,000 investment from Blue Cross NC will increase patient-centered primary care and recruit more residents to enter health care professions in Rockingham County and the neighboring area.
A Metaphor Against Oblivion is inspired by two themes; landscape and absence. It comments on and metaphorically represents the absent landscape that remains in the collective consciousness.
Join curators, art historians, folklorists, anthropologists, religious scholars, philosophers, cultural critics, private collectors, and community leaders for an international symposium probing the changing meanings of Jewish ritual objects and material culture today through their display and interpretation in museums, and as instruments of inquiry and education.
The UNC-Chapel Hill ROTC will host its annual UNC Veterans Day Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. at the ROTC Armory.