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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was founded as a bold experiment; an untested idea. This year, the University celebrates 225 years of educating, creating and discovering.
The Southern Oral History Program launched a major research initiative to collect oral histories in rural North Carolina communities to inform health care research, practice and policy.
The College of Arts & Sciences is inspiring students to lead meaningful lives by encouraging Tar Heels to think, communicate, collaborate and create.
In this week's podcast, Sally Hoyt, a stormwater engineer in Energy Services, discusses how Carolina transformed a perpetually wet field near McIver Residence Hall into an aboveground stream that filters runoff water.
The University will break ground on a state-of-the-art solar farm at the former Horace Williams Airport property later this semester. The solar panels will help power the buildings along Airport Drive
A team of “Recycling Ambassadors” has diverted more than 322 tons of cardboard, polystyrene and plastic film from landfills since 2001.
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health professor Michael Kosorok is working to bring artificial intelligence to the public health field.
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health is improving public health across North Carolina and around the world.