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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Faculty Chairman Bruce Cairns was dressed for the occasion.
Every summer for almost 10 long years, Marvin Williams has returned to Chapel Hill, taking classes and slowly chipping away at a degree
UNC is hosting the third annual meeting of the Collaboratory of AIDS Researchers for Eradication at the Carolina Inn through Friday.
In Chancellor Carol Folt's monthly update, she said the University will not be able to respond to comments made by Rashad McCants until the investigation by Kenneth Wainstein is complete.
It seemed like the men’s basketball program was untouchable.
There were a lot of firsts during UNC-Chapel Hill’s 2014 graduation weekend.
33,000 people took time out of their Mother’s Day to honor the class of 2014 Carolina graduates in Kenan Memorial Stadium.
More than a year after the University was accused of mishandling sexual assault, students are still without a revised sexual assault policy.
Chancellor Carol Folt says she doesn’t have much time to herself these days.
“Hey, Folt! Step off it! Put people over profit!”
A critical letter written by retired faculty members will soon have a response from their former co-workers.
The new administration is treading territory very familiar to its predecessors.
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.”
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.
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.
Chancellor Carol Folt says the University needs to adapt to the changing environment brought by an educational revolution.
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.
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.
The world is coming to Memorial Hall Friday evening in celebration of UNC’s new chancellor.
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.