After five years as vice chancellor for research, Barbara Entwisle has decided to step down from the position.
Jim Allen came to Chapel Hill in 1968 to join the Carolina Population Center.
From watching movies like “Bambi” and “The Fox and the Hound” to reading books of the same genre, Marshall Miller had always enjoyed animal fiction.
As students begin the new semester, they may see a divide among their professors.
After geography professor Altha Cravey was asked to take down a “Hurston Hall” sign in her office in the newly renamed Carolina Hall Friday due to a strict policy regarding signs, administrators are examining that policy.
Geography professor Altha Cravey said she was shocked to see police outside her office in Carolina Hall this morning.
Former chancellor and retired law professor William B. Aycock, who would have turned 100 in October, has died.
Lt. Col. John Wade Collins, chairman of the Department of Aerospace Studies and commander of the Air Force ROTC, died in a car accident Monday morning.
The Faculty Executive Committee discussed the formation of another group tasked with examining the University’s athletic program at its meeting Monday.
UNC's turbulent year was on the minds of many at the final Faculty Council meeting of the academic year Friday.
If anyone should be happy about chancellors quitting after just years on the job, it’s William Funk.
North Carolina college students will soon finish up the spring semester and leave campus for internships, study abroad and beach vacations. One of their professors, John Steen, will be grading his final exams — and then moving into his parents’ basement.
At a research-based university like UNC, professors who conduct and publish their research are not uncommon.
There are the familiar faces of the worker’s rights movement: fast-food workers, health care workers, farmers. And there are the unexpected ones: university professors.
Bobbi Owen said she wants to be known as a professor of dramatic art.
Faculty Executive Committee members discussed new specialized education proposals for UNC athletes when they met Monday.
References to a broken scooter and a bag of shattered light bulbs were key parts of the lecture that Brian Hogan gave to a mix of students and faculty in Gerrard Hall on Wednesday.
Less than a week after a former housekeeper sued the University for a hostile work environment — in a lawsuit that detailed a sex-for-hire scandal in the department — 11 University groups brought in an expert to speak about ways women can work together to make workplaces more inclusive.
Tenured professors at UNC teach an average of 2.5 courses per semester — but a new proposal in the N.C. General Assembly could require all UNC-system faculty to teach significantly more.