UNC DACA Week aims to bring awareness to immigration justice from an intersectional and inclusive lens this week through reading groups, a community forum and keynote lecture.
The Board of Trustees met on Thursday to discuss plans for UNC, involving future renovations and construction, public service at Carolina and more.
The UNC Board of Governors passed a new business fee for undergraduates at Kenan-Flagler Business School that might make it easier for more students to be admitted to the school. This fee is meant to expand enrollment by 50 percent.
At UNC, women make up nearly 30 percent of the computer science major, up from 15 percent when the Department of Computer Science began addressing the gender gap about four years ago.
The 39th annual Minority Health Conference used various perspectives to tackle the relationship between false narratives and public health on Friday.
UNC's chapter of PERIOD., a national organization dedicated to women's menstrual equity, hopes to change the conversation around periods, homelessness and service in our community.
Attendance resolution, application increase, and university government discussed Faculty Council Meeting
Friday’s Faculty Council meeting covered everything from the Arts Everywhere campaign to the passing of a resolution on University-approved absences. Here’s what you need to know:
For college students, perhaps nothing is as daunting as finding a full-time job. There's no one clear path or magic formula, as recent graduates — and UNC Career Services can — tell you. That's why they're trying to offer a variety of tools and resources to help. At UNC, University Career Services consistently reports approximately 90% of alumni as either pursuing graduate studies or being employed full-time six months after graduation.
Everyone likes a good happy hour, but on the third Wednesday of every month at Top of the Hill’s Back Bar, bar patrons will also hear lectures and discussion on topics in the humanities. Humanities Happy Hour is a free program hosted by the Carolina Public Humanities and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities to create an informal space for conversations about the humanities to take place.
Transgender Day of Remembrance was held around the world on Monday to memorialize the lives of transgender and non-binary individuals who have been murdered because of their identities and to raise awareness regarding high rates of violence against the transgender community. Students and faculty at UNC also took part in the annual observance.