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One burning question surrounding the future leadership of Chancellor-elect Carol Folt is whether the interim president of Dartmouth College can manage the sort of controversy associated with a large public university.
As Jim Dean, the University’s next executive vice chancellor and provost, prepares to transition into his new position, he said he regrets one thing — having to say goodbye to the only home he’s known at the University.
As Jim Dean reflected on his first day as executive vice chancellor and provost July 1, he said he was humbled.
Tucked in a corner office within South Building, a very small woman sits behind a very big desk.
Chancellor Carol Folt ushered in a new administration when she began this month — but it is not yet complete.
Chancellor Carol Folt doesn’t want to tell people what the University needs to change. Instead, she wants to listen to what stakeholders believe needs to be done.
Nearly a month into the semester, Chancellor Carol Folt is still working to fill out her administration. And while Folt continues searching to fill some top positions, Brenda Malone will juggle two administrative jobs.
Chancellor Carol Folt said she does not know UNC very well yet — but it does not stop her from being optimistic about the administration’s relationship with students.
The world is coming to Memorial Hall Friday evening in celebration of UNC’s new chancellor.
UNC leaders, alumni and students gathered in Polk Place Saturday to celebrate the anniversary of the University’s creation and the installation of its 11th chancellor, Carol Folt.
When Chancellor Carol Folt took the podium Saturday to officially accept the position she has held for three months, she had tears in her eyes.
Chancellor Carol Folt says the University needs to adapt to the changing environment brought by an educational revolution.
Chancellor Carol Folt and her advisory committee are working to plan a comprehensive fundraising campaign for the University by developing a strategy that includes both private donors and state support.
Hundreds of college presidents and business leaders — including UNC Chancellor Carol Folt — gathered at the White House Thursday for a higher education summit to address expanding college opportunities.
UNC students had a chance to air their concerns about the University in an open house meeting with the administration Wednesday. “All the questions that you ask are the same questions that we ask every day,” said Winston Crisp, vice chancellor for student affairs. “And we’re trying to figure it all out.”
The new administration is treading territory very familiar to its predecessors.
A critical letter written by retired faculty members will soon have a response from their former co-workers.
“Hey, Folt! Step off it! Put people over profit!”
Chancellor Carol Folt says she doesn’t have much time to herself these days.
More than a year after the University was accused of mishandling sexual assault, students are still without a revised sexual assault policy.