A new draft of the General Education curriculum overhaul was made public in December, following the previous draft, released in September. This latest draft bears some differences to the last proposal to account for professor feedback, but it is still not the final version.
A new study led by a UNC professor found that people with mental health conditions are more likely to be insured and receive sufficient, affordable care for their mental needs since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
A letter signed by over 100 scientists across the world, including professors at UNC, urged Gov. Roy Cooper to implement forest restoration in his climate action plan and immediately address the environmental problems caused by the expanding wood pellet industry.
The School of Media and Journalism announced a new curriculum structure last week. Charlie Tuggle, the senior associate dean of the school, sees the change as a necessary adaption to a rapidly changing industry.
With November marking National American Indian Heritage Month, assistant professor of American Studies, Benjamin Frey, thinks the month means more than just preserving the memory of these native tribes.
At the School of Media and Journalism, many budding journalists study in hopes of landing a spot in the world of media. Professors in the "J-school" help guide students toward a job in the turbulent world of journalism. John Robinson is a professor in the School of Media and Journalism after serving as editor of the Greensboro News & Record for 13 years. Staff Writer Charlie McGee spoke to John Robinson about his life and career change.
With a potential overhaul of UNC's General Education curriculum looming, debate concerning outlined changes has sparked over backlash from faculty members.
What began as a conversation about a person’s purple hair became a unique idea to fight one of the most problematic issues facing college campuses today.
For three UNC athletics programs, this season has given a whole new meaning to the phrase “home away from home.”
Living in a nation that has become entrenched in racial division, UNC Muslim Student Association Community Service Chair Rizk Alghorazi sees it as his responsibility to provide more than just an education to Middle Eastern refugees. He wants to provide them with a home.