The UNC Student Supreme Court decided unanimously on Sunday to allow for a revote in the fall to determine the future of graduate student governance.
For two years straight, UNC has exceeded the cap on how many out-of-state students it can admit. In March, the Board of Governors decided to withhold just over $1 million from UNC for its violation of the board-mandated cap.
In a forum Monday afternoon, the third and final candidate for the position of dean of the UNC School of Education, Carole Basile, emphasized the need for “responsive design” and the incorporation of multiple perspectives to address some of the most pressing challenges facing educators today.
In an email Monday night, Chancellor Carol Folt laid out a response to ongoing discussions about UNC’s racial climate, including students’ protests and demands from a town hall meeting in November.
The University is reviewing its safety response protocols after a 911 call — discovered to be a false alarm — placed the UNC campus on lockdown at the end of fall semester.
The Task Force on UNC-Chapel Hill’s History is working to overcome some challenges in documenting and exhibiting the University’s history to the public.
Members of the UNC community have raised concerns over an 8-year-old policy aimed to push students toward timely degree completion.
In a meeting on Tuesday, the Faculty Athletics Committee expressed concern about finding ways for student-athletes to manage their time.
The Employee Forum continued to voice its dissent against the way the University administration is handling the proposed privatization of Student Stores in its Wednesday meeting.
Massive open online courses are starting to change the nature of academics and admissions across the world, but UNC might not be ready for such major changes.