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With degrees from Carolina in journalism and business administration, Jason Kilar went on to become a visionary in digital media.
Andy Moore has childhood memories of running around his father’s restaurant causing some disruption and always trying to help. Now, this MBA student has a different role in the organization.
UNC Kenan-Flagler launched its Undergraduate Business Program in 1919. This year the program celebrates a century of leading the state toward economic growth and innovation.
Chancellor Carol L. Folt has decided to step down as chancellor following graduation, at the end of the academic year.
The lawsuit, filed in 2014, entered a new phase today that includes public legal filings. UNC-Chapel Hill is among three leading universities targeted with similar lawsuits.
Emmons is one of only 16 students and recent graduates selected for the award this year.
Interdisciplinary Miami-based artist Fereshteh Toosi designs contemplative, sensory outdoor experiences as part of her ongoing project, Nature Connection Arts Lab. Fereshteh brings her work indoors to the Allcott Gallery with a plant listening lounge, guided meditations, graphic scores, and video diaries documenting her walking research.
Inspired by the death of David Neumann’s father, this multidisciplinary dance-based performance is a deeply felt work that intersperses elements of Kabuki, video, music, and text and blurs the lines between truth and fiction.
The MLK Week of Celebration begins with the 34th annual University/Community Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Banquet and Award Presentation. This year's speaker will be Dr. Reginald Hildebrand, awardee of UNC's Tanner Faculty Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2012.