This past academic year, 1,219 students at UNC studied abroad, but awareness and availability of funds often determines who those students are.
Mike Ramsey, distinguished professor of chemistry, was recently inducted into the National Academy of Engineering. With 94 patents, Ramsey has invented technologies being used by the military, public safety departments and medical professionals.
After coming under scrutiny last semester for failing to comply with North Carolina open meeting laws, the Student Safety and Security Committee will now be held to a higher standard.
After five years, UNC Libraries’ book drive is on track to donate its 10,000th book to children fighting cancer.
After more than 30 years serving UNC’s students, the director of Carolina Student Legal Services is preparing to hand over the program she fought to create.
Journalism and law joined forces Monday to fulfill the dream of the former chairman of the UNC Board of Trustees.
Technical difficulties with the Common Application have prompted UNC-CH’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions to extend the early action deadline from today to Oct. 21.
Most people don’t understand white privilege and the responsibility it gives them in addressing racism in America, said author Michael Wenger in a talk Monday at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.
When tackling the issue of sexual assault, people must consider the political and social roots that have made the issue so complicated, said three professors at a panel Monday.