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In its third century – an era of groundbreaking study and research – UNC-Chapel Hill is harnessing the very best of our fast-changing world. We’re proud to advance knowledge for this and each generation to come.
Evans, the director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, received her doctoral degree in library science from Carolina.
Carolina, who will play USC at 1 p.m. today, is seeking its second ITA Indoor championship, having beaten Virginia to win it in 2016. UNC-Chapel Hill has reached at least the semifinals in four of the last five years.
The new exhibit, opening today in Wilson Library, examines the historical role of science in creating concepts of race.