The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
Carolina’s new Russian Language Flagship Program allows students in any academic background to intensively study Russian and participate in professional development programming tailored to each student.
Carolina’s new vice chancellor for student affairs, Amy Johnson, had to adapt quickly to a new location and new challenges as she onboarded during a pandemic and hurricane.
Until this year, the largest ethnic community at Carolina didn’t have a center devoted to its culture and concerns. The new Asian American Center launches a new website and its first programming this week.
When classes once again shifted to remote delivery in fall 2020, faculty across the College of Arts & Sciences, with the help of technology and instructional learning experts, say they were better prepared for it — having worked diligently since last spring to reimagine their fall courses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tar Heels in the Carolina Association of Black Journalists and the UNC-Chapel Hill chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists are making strides in the media industry before they even leave Carolina.
As student groups adapt their missions for a remote semester, they're finding creative and innovative ways to stay connected and build community.
It's been a busy two weeks at Carolina with Tar Heels moving back to campus and classes beginning for students studying near and far. Take a look back at the start of our new semester.
To kick off the new academic year, Carolina created virtual alternatives to several University traditions.