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This behavior conflicts with the University’s long-standing commitment to fostering an environment where all students, faculty and staff can be free from harassment.
Guskiewicz shared details about a long-term significant investment that will “help us to study our past, learn from that past, build from that past and move forward together as a community.”
"I truly believe that Carolina’s greatest strength is its people who have dedicated their lives to service and making this University better. Carolina has defined what higher education can be for more than 225 years. I am honored to serve alongside you to continue building this world-class institution for generations to come."
Guskiewicz is deeply committed to the University and its mission, prioritizing student success, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and addressing the critical needs of North Carolina and the world.
Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, strong communication skills, intellectual curiosity and ambition, evidence of generous service to campus and community, and a previous record of leadership.
Guskiewicz sent a letter to UNC System leadership and the Board of Governors about the campus community's concerns regarding the legal settlement.
On this week’s episode, business administration major Bryan Hernandez talks Winter Commencement and the journey that led him there.
With a degree in human movement science from the UNC School of Medicine's Department of Allied Health Sciences, Gabrielle Scronce hopes to bring top-of-the-line care to all communities.
Selina Zhang's risky decision to change her major toward the end of her junior year paid off. She snagged a job as a software engineer at tech giant Amazon and will start her career in Seattle after she graduates on Dec. 15.
More than 1,500 Carolina students will begin a new chapter of their lives Dec. 15 as their degrees are conferred at the University’s annual Winter Commencement.
When RC Orlan signed his first professional contract with the Washington Nationals in 2012, he made a promise to himself that he would return to Carolina to finish his degree. He will fulfill that promise this weekend.
Professor Jinsong Huang is working to change the renewable power industry with his perovskite solar cell method that will make solar energy more affordable.
An exhibition of photographs in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of Wilson Library provides a look at African-American life and culture in a small Mississippi town during the 1970s.
This Wilson Library exhibition examines six modes of travel and what they reveal about four centuries of African American experience.
Black North Carolinians have faced unique and daunting obstacles in seeking freedom, equality and opportunity. Their writings present stories of survival and persistence, individual achievement, the joys of family and community, and faith in a better future for all Americans. A selection of works by 34 of these writers is featured in this exhibition.
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For the past few years, I have been looking at images of Americana: doll collections, gun collections, antique furniture, yearbooks, toys, etc. Perhaps as an instinctive response to try to make sense of our current culture by looking back. Or maybe to find connections that may explain why our history seems so present and unresolved.
Guided meditation with an emphasis on emotional resilience for finals.