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Through Carolina's Global Take Off program, Cade Rodgers had the opportunity to travel farther than he’s ever ventured before and explore a new culture in Puerto Rico.
Barbara Fredrickson studies the psychology of positive emotions, including love. Her research offers tips to build happier relationships and bring more love into our lives.
As the president of Carolina's Black Student Movement, junior Chris Suggs is working to address cultural and diversity issues across campus and in the surrounding community.
We are actively tracking updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. State Department and the North Carolina Division of Public Health that inform our travel policies.
UNC-Chapel Hill faculty-artists from drama, dance, music and visual arts will present four performances focused on the complex history of the 19th Amendment.
Sibby Anderson-Thompkins will serve on both the chancellor’s and provost’s leadership teams, advising the University as it works toward building a campus community in which students, faculty and staff feel that they belong and are equipped to thrive in a global society.
View photography from around the world in this exhibition featuring work by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni, faculty, staff and students. The exhibition will open January 8 and run through July 10, 2020 at the FedEx Global Education Center. All photography on display was submitted as part of UNC-Chapel Hill’s 20th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition.
Exhibition in Wilson Library examines the historical role of science in creating concepts of race.
UNC-Chapel Hill alumni Ben Alper and Peter Hoffman have created an exhibit featuring photography from Jockey’s Ridge in Nag’s Head. “Jockey’s Ridge in Nag’s Head has changed in shape over thousands of years and continues to move incrementally southward to this day, threatening nearby homes and roads. There have been large scale and costly attempts to stem this natural process, which highlights the often fraught relationship between human behavior and the “natural” environment.