The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
We will continue to provide flexibility and options for our community this spring. Students will be invited back to live and learn on campus, though on-campus housing will be reduced with only single-occupancy rooms, and faculty are preparing for both in-person and remote courses.
Ahead of its official reopening on Nov. 7, the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center opened its doors to Ruby Lambert to celebrate her 100th birthday and tour the stars the way they were on her exact birth date, Oct. 14, 1920.
From coffee spills to broken webcams, the Computer Repair Center can help — even during a pandemic.
A team of three Carolina researchers are studying how living shorelines are changing the impacts waves have on the coast so that communities can determine the best ways to better protect their coastal areas.
Carolina students, faculty and staff are engaged in an abundance of projects related to COVID-19, making UNC-Chapel Hill the most cited university in the nation for coronavirus research.
As part of the national-level programs such as Operation Warp Speed and the COVID-19 Prevention Network, experts from Carolina's Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases have advised top federal, state and local leaders throughout the pandemic.
The Department of Art and Art History presents a socially-distanced exhibition of select works from our Studio Art Faculty. Assembled quickly in these unusual circumstances of the pandemic, this exhibition is a rare opportunity to see the work of our faculty in conversation, and encompassing such varied media as ceramics, photography, performance, prints, and painting.
8th-12th grade teachers are invited to join us for a panel discussion sharing challenges and strategies for teaching “hard history” in a way that helps students understand the implications of our past and are empowered to address the challenges of the present. From integrating primary sources to engaging in effective techniques for leading controversial classroom discussions, teachers will leave with strategies for turning on “the light of truth” in their own classrooms.
Join us for a discussion on the topic of Wechat and TikTok in the context of the US-China relationship on Tuesday, October 27, 7:00PM EDT. Please register go.unc.edu/us-china!