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The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee met Wednesday to discuss new initiatives regarding public safety and the advancement of the University’s position as a leading global public research university, as well as discussing elections for a new interim faculty chairperson.
A recent report by Noah Eisenkraft, an assistant professor of organizational behavior at UNC, found that across the University, male faculty members earned 28 percent more than female faculty members from 2014 to 2017.
UNC faculty member Janelle Bludorn has a full plate of responsibilities and interests that would make anyone’s jaw drop, and her accomplishments, including being named North Carolina’s 2018 Physician Assistant of the Year, have reflected just that.
UNC Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz signed the “I Act On” pledge on Feb. 20 during the Check Your Blind Spots tour, joining over 15,000 other individual pledgers across the United States.
UNC’s Minority Advisory Program has hopped on the social media train, making its first Twitter and Instagram posts this February under the handle @uncmap – but the program is doing more than just posting online.
Despite the rain, cold and mud, members of a pro-Confederate group and counter-protesters turned up at UNC for clashing demonstrations on Saturday.
The new AcaDames podcast, hosted by UNC professors Sarah Birken and Whitney Robinson, explores a pressing question in the world of academia: What is it really like for women in or seeking to be in academic professions?
The former UNC student who was charged with trying to bomb the Davie Poplar tree in November 2017 was found not guilty on Feb. 13 by reason of insanity.
Both Virginia’s Governor and Attorney General are in hot water because of it, and so is UNC. It’s something that represents the racism that has survived long after the civil rights movement.
UNC will participate in the national 2019 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct, according to an email sent Tuesday from the Provost's office to the University community.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of the article incorrectly identified Carlos Patiño Descovich. The article has been updated with Patiño Descovich's correct name. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error.
Last month, a student looked at Chancellor Carol Folt and called her a disgrace. As Angum Check stood in front of the Faculty Executive Council Meeting on Dec. 7, she left no doubt about how she felt Folt should use Martin Luther King Jr.'s quotes.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article referred to Carroll Hall as the department of journalism. The correct name is the School of Media and Journalism. The story has been updated with the correct name. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error.
Todd Pope, a 1987 UNC graduate, was named in the 50 Most Influential in Healthcare by Time Magazine, receiving a nearly full-page spread in the Oct. 29 issue about his medical robotics company, TransEnterix.
Ambassador Anthony Quainton spoke at UNC on Tuesday about United States foreign policy as part of a Peace, War and Defense course taught by professor Ted Leinbaugh.
For the past few months at UNC, students, faculty, alumni and citizens have formulated ideas about the unknown fate of Silent Sam, the Confederate statue that was forcibly removed by protesters in late August.
This week, UNC is holding its semi-annual University Research Week, with multiple events planned each day that cover a wide array of topics.
Ken Klukowski, senior legal editor for Breitbart News Network, was met with protest from several law students in the UNC chapter of the National Lawyers Guild while giving a lecture at the UNC School of Law on Tuesday.
The wide scope of programs promoting entrepreneurship at UNC — responsible for supporting students in successful ventures like the Helping Hand Project and Phyta — have garnered notoriety on a national scale.
University Day is on the horizon once again, and this year, the oldest public university in the United States has some extra treats in store. From waffles and cookies to receptions and concerts, this year offers an array of events to get everyone involved in celebrating the 225th anniversary of UNC.