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In 1998, Carolina graduate Ruby Butler DeMesme became the first African-American women to serve as the assistant secretary of the Air Force for manpower, reserve affairs, installations and environment.
In this episode of Well Said, Alison Fragale of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School discusses the challenges women can face as leaders in the workplace.
Carolina's Flexible Learning Spaces Initiative will modernize up to 50 classrooms and advance student-focused interaction.
Carolina announces actions that will help ensure that any future incidents are handled consistently and in a manner reflecting its community’s values.
A $500,000 gift will allow the School of Government to partner with Carolina alumnus Joe Nail to launch Lead for North Carolina, a fellowship program matching young leaders with local communities in need.
UNC School of Medicine’s Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody was the principal investigator for three clinical trials of the new postpartum depression treatment, which marks a major step forward in women’s health care.
Shedding light on the current realities in Gaza, celebrating the beauty of Gazan culture, and understanding the challenges of everyday life in the Gaza Strip.
The Art Department at UNC-Chapel Hill is proud to announce the MFA Thesis exhibition for the graduating class of 2019 at the Durham Fruit Co. The thesis exhibition, entitled Under the Rug, presents the work of nine artists who address a wide range of inquiries through various media including painting, works on paper, sculpture, installation, photography, performance, and video.
The Department of Music presents the fifth annual concert featuring the Department’s 1842 Pleyel piano.