The UNC-Chapel Hill Sailing Club runs regular beginner clinics and races against other colleges.
Fulfilling her plan to support student leaders honors the legacy of the slain student body president.
In a message to campus, Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz and Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer Leah Cox announced Dr. Shauna Harris as the new director of the Carolina Women's Center.
Bullying researcher Dorothy Espelage of the UNC School of Education received a career achievement award.
Brad Briner of Chapel Hill and Vimal Kolappa of Chocowinity will serve four-year terms.
The University updated registration, reservations and waitlisting to make the processes fairer and more transparent.
Carolina's 2-1 shootout victory is the program's 11th NCAA title and fifth in the past six years.
Managers in high-stress workplaces should take more time off and encourage employees to, say business school researchers.
UNC-Chapel Hill and NCSU competed in their third annual pantry bowl. Both universities have raised more than $78,000 dollars for their campus food pantries to combat food insecurity.
Kathleen DuVal, professor of history at UNC-Chapel Hill, explains the significance of the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah being recognized by the U.S. government as a tribe.
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Edwin B. Fisher, a professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina, makes the case that Trump’s insistence on the validity of his own claims has caused his isolation.
Winner Patricia Parker accepted in honor of a woman Thomas Jefferson enslaved and Ella Baker, a civil rights leader.
The Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community will present the award at a Nov. 12 reception in Atlanta.
This year’s winners include leaders in business and philanthropy, a historian, a research services administrator and an athletic director.
ITS has approved a version of Bing Chat, an AI-powered assistant, for use by University faculty and staff.
The public health faculty member will serve on the agency’s Science Advisory Board and two advisory committees.
The “born and raised” Tar Heel who’s worked at Carolina since 2009 is featured in the UNC Research series “Rooted.”
- Applied Physical Sciences Colloquium, Nina Miolane
Applied Physical Sciences Colloquium, Nina Miolane
Tue, November 2804:00 pm
- Departmental Student Recital
Departmental Student Recital
Wed, November 2903:30 pm