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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.
This three-week Maymester course teaches students about skeletal analysis and its role in contemporary forensic cases.
Ethics of Stand-up Comedy is a Maymester course that examines comedy’s role in society as a form of cultural expression full of underlying ethical discussions.
How do sea turtles navigate using Earth’s magnetic fields? To shed light on this incredible ability, doctoral student Kayla Goforth observes the orientation of their eggs — often in the middle of the night.
Carolina has been named a Bee Campus USA affiliate, joining more than 60 other universities working to improve their ornamental landscapes to sustain pollinators. The distinction recognizes the collective strength of educational campuses nationwide to benefit pollinators.
Teaching associate professor Kate Sheppard at the UNC School of Media and Journalism is working with students in the school’s Reese News Lab to rebuild journalism and reshape its future.
Carolina senior Ana Soule and her team at the Phoenyx Project are giving new life to vinyl billboards that would otherwise end up in the dump.
The Graduate School is preparing students to take their ideas from the classroom to the workforce and the world.