The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
Michael Piehler details Carolina's new Climate Action Plan, which was announced April 16. The new, aggressive strategy sets the University on a path to be carbon neutral by 2040.
The plan’s 25 strategies were developed by adapting to the advances in technologies, ideas and resources available to the University as Carolina continues its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school, participate in leadership development activities, and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government.
Watching the sunrise on Mount Fuji is among the memorable experiences in Carolina senior Michael Sparks' award-winning film about his 2019 study abroad trip to Japan.
Leaders from a Sampson County, North Carolina, community welcomed Assistant Professor Courtney Woods into their local environmental justice efforts.
When the Carolina community sought help to keep our students, faculty and staff safe during the pandemic, more than 1,400 Tar Heels stepped up and logged nearly 22,000 hours supporting the University's public health initiatives.
Dr. Richard Shweder joins FPG's Carolina Consortium on Human Development to present his research. Dr. Shweder is a distinguished Professor at the University of Chicago. He conducts research in cultural psychology on moral reasoning, emotional functioning, gender roles, explanations of illness, ideas about the causes suffering, and the moral foundations of family life practices.
Safe Zone is a four-hour training is designed to introduce concepts, terminology, and resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
Debating the Minimum Wage: A discussion regarding raising the federal minimum wage to $15 hosted by the Program for Public Discourse and featuring Dr. Luca Flabbi and Dr. Paige Ouimet.