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Kevin M. Guskiewicz, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
As the oldest and largest unit on campus, the College of Arts & Sciences forms the academic core of the Carolina experience. More than 75 percent of Carolina students will graduate with at least one major from the College. Dedicated to building an environment for faculty and staff to think, communicate, collaborate and create, the College inspires thousands of students to lead meaningful lives.
Barbara K. Rimer, professor and dean of UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
The Gillings School of Global Public Health is improving public health, promoting individual well-being and eliminating health inequities across North Carolina and around the world. By bridging the gap between academic research and practical public health solutions, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health researchers are anticipating threats and accelerating solutions that can save lives.
Scott S. De Rossi, professor and dean of the School of Dentistry
Since 1950, Carolina's School of Dentistry has been transforming dentistry for better health. As North Carolina's first school of its kind, the School of Dentistry strives to be the global model for oral health education, in care and discovery. It passionately serves North Carolina's people, our communities and the dental field.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is celebrating its 225th birthday this week. How well do you know America's first public university?
As Carolina celebrates another major anniversary, the University also celebrates the return of Old East’s 225-year-old cornerplate, which was waiting to be melted down 500 miles away.
In addition to the annual University Day ceremony on Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. at Memorial Hall, Carolina will celebrate the anniversary throughout the week.