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Marjorie Buckley co-founded the Carolina Center for Public Service in 1999 to continue the University's tradition of giving back to the state.
A part-time job at a campus makerspace has added another dimension to Kalleen Kelley's neuroscience and psychology research projects.
As a research and student assistant in the library, Kristyna Herman reconnects with Czech culture, language and literature.
U.S. News & World Report ranks UNC-Chapel Hill as the No. 4 undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the country.
The center will increase the body of knowledge of current evidence-based practices for early STEM learning, including early computer science learning for young children with disabilities.
As Carolina celebrated its 225th anniversary, UNC-Chapel Hill leaders reflected on the University’s past and looked toward to the future.
Come join Carolina Public Humanities' faculty-led Great Books Reading Groups on select Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at Flyleaf Books
The UL is 50 and it’s time to celebrate!