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Project Uplift led Taylor Doggett to Carolina, where she found the opportunity to study media and journalism in Hong Kong and experience new cultures and learning environments.
From SAT/ACT prep and academic explorations to Franklin Street tours and a culture show, Project Uplift gives high school students a complete 360-degree view of life as a college student.
Nancy Burton began as a third-shift housekeeper at the University and worked her way up to receptionist and administrative support specialist for Housekeeping Services. Now she's being rewarded for her distinguished service.
New materials from the lab of Carolina researcher Ronit Freeman that can reconfigure on demand have potential for applications in diagnostics and drug delivery.
A new study uncovers 65 genetic variants found in understudied minority populations that could lead to improved precision medicine for those groups
This year’s winners of the Creativity Hubs Awards were selected from 23 proposals, involving 207 UNC-Chapel Hill researchers representing 46 departments across 11 schools and the College of Arts & Sciences.
The North Carolina Scholastic Media Association will host this four-day Summer Institute, which welcomes hundreds of high school journalism students and their teachers each year. Courses include newspaper, yearbook, literary magazine, online news, photojournalism, design, broadcast news and advising student media.
The Jane Austen Summer Program is delighted to announce its seventh annual symposium, “Pride and Prejudice and Its Afterlives."
The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to tour our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls.