Carol Folt is the current chancellor of UNC-Chapel Hill. She is the 11th chancellor at UNC and the first woman to hold the position, and she took office on July 1, 2013. She was officially installed on Oct. 12, 2013. She came to UNC after acting as the interim president of Dartmouth College.
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Chancellor Carol Folt peered through two glass bottles — one filled with dirty water, one filled with clear.
If anyone should be happy about chancellors quitting after just years on the job, it’s William Funk.
The issue of low-wage work often seems distant to UNC students, but health care worker Shannon Milton said her job and others like it don’t pay people enough to make a living.
Houston Summers was sworn in as student body president in a Tuesday ceremony culminating in a rendition of the alma mater and a reception featuring meatballs and fruit salad.
By Stephanie Lamm Assistant University Editor Chancellor Carol Folt entered her meeting with the Student Advisory Committee on Friday feeling tired. "It's a mixed tired," Folt said.
The Student Action with Workers group didn’t get the change it was hoping for at a meeting attended by Chancellor Carol Folt on Wednesday.
For Peter Higgs, it was theorizing about a subatomic particle in the 1960s that earned him an honorary degree from UNC.
Chancellor Carol Folt raced to Friday’s Faculty Council meeting from the Board of Governors meeting in Charlotte, where members decided to close UNC School of Law’s Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity and two other UNC-system centers.
Even 3,000 miles away, Chancellor Carol Folt was still involved in the decision not to cancel classes until late in the day Tuesday — but she was not the one who made the final call.
Chancellor Carol Folt, several administrators and faculty ate dinner with nearly 40 invited student leaders to plan better communication among campus groups to encourage social progress on campus.
As faculty and students gear up for a semester-long discussion of contextualized grading at UNC, a decades-long conversation will likely see a resolution.
The Faculty Athletics Committee is becoming increasingly involved in giving input to ACC and NCAA conference proposals and discussed upcoming proposals for the NCAA convention later this week.
On Dec. 30 I spent eight hours at UNC’s General Administration building for the court-ordered mediation between the University and 10 news organizations, a list that includes The Daily Tar Heel.
During the 2014 football season, the North Carolina defense was torched week in and week out — finishing the season ranked No. 117 in total defense out of the 125 teams in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision.
Contextualized transcripts will not be implemented for at least another semester, after Chancellor Carol Folt decided there were too many concerns about the change — both logistically and conceptually.
The Daily Tar Heel and nine other media organizations filed a suit against the University Monday for the release of personnel records for employees facing disciplinary action after they were named in the Wainstein report.