Professor Lloyd Kramer jokingly said he’s been teaching for longer than most of his undergraduate students have been alive. But as a widely respected expert on modern European history, he has consistently been a valuable mentor for students at UNC since 1986.
Over the past six years, Bubba Cunningham has overseen nine national titles and 10 runner-up finishes as athletic director. With a contract renewed by Chancellor Folt on Nov. 17, he has six more years at UNC to add to the trophy case.
After 23 years of serving as a faculty member in the UNC Geography department, Altha Cravey has sued the University on the basis of gender discrimination.
With over three decades of experience in sports business and a passion for teaching, Professor Deborah Stroman has made it a priority to empower marginalized students.
Competitive jump rope teams often get the same blank stare when trying to explain the sport they love. But when people see the sport in action for the first time, they come to understand the athleticism, rhythm and creativity of these jumpers.
On the 224th annual University Day, Chancellor Carol Folt introduced a scholarship fund which aimed to recognize UNC students, faculty, staff or alumni who have advocated for inclusion and diversity. These individuals, deemed Bridge Builders, will be rewarded for their efforts with a scholarship in their name.
Every UNC student can fondly recall the day they received their acceptance letter. But, for some, the good news is quickly swept aside, only to be replaced by anxiety about whether financial aid will be sufficient enough to attend.
The transition from high school to university life is hard enough for new college students, but for student veterans who have been out of school for several years, these challenges are even more complex.
As faculty, staff, and general members of the campus community gathered in the Union to celebrate the University’s commitment to sustainability, Chancellor Folt presided from an unusual podium: a bike.