Carol Folt is the current chancellor of UNC-Chapel Hill. She is the 11th chancellor at UNC and the first woman to hold the position, and she took office on July 1, 2013. She was officially installed on Oct. 12, 2013. She came to UNC after acting as the interim president of Dartmouth College.
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The Faculty Athletics Committee is becoming increasingly involved in giving input to ACC and NCAA conference proposals and discussed upcoming proposals for the NCAA convention later this week.
On Dec. 30 I spent eight hours at UNC’s General Administration building for the court-ordered mediation between the University and 10 news organizations, a list that includes The Daily Tar Heel.
During the 2014 football season, the North Carolina defense was torched week in and week out — finishing the season ranked No. 117 in total defense out of the 125 teams in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision.
Contextualized transcripts will not be implemented for at least another semester, after Chancellor Carol Folt decided there were too many concerns about the change — both logistically and conceptually.
The Daily Tar Heel and nine other media organizations filed a suit against the University Monday for the release of personnel records for employees facing disciplinary action after they were named in the Wainstein report.
Faculty members have been in an identity crisis since the release of the Wainstein Report a month ago.
In the wake of Kenneth Wainstein’s investigation, students, faculty and administrators are concerned that some interpretations of his report have raised misconceptions about the African-American community.
When Kenneth Wainstein’s independent investigation revealed the extent of academic advisers’ involvement in a decades-long athletic-academic scandal, Chancellor Carol Folt said she felt comfortable with the steps the University had taken to reform its advising system.
A week after the release of Kenneth Wainstein’s investigation report on the academic scandal, the members of the UNC Faculty Council assembled to discuss the resolution of the existing problems and try to path the way for the University’s future.
UNC and UNC Health Care prohibited all University-sponsored travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and asked that students and staff avoid personal travel to the three nations, which have seen outbreaks of Ebola, Wednesday.
Before students could even digest the Wainstein report, Chancellor Carol Folt made a promise — nine UNC employees will face disciplinary action.
It was all a lie.
Kenneth Wainstein released his report Wednesday.
It was 1984 and Gov. Pat McCrory made the tough call.
Students and alumni kept Sonja Haynes Stone’s memory alive and well at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History Thursday night.
UNC faculty members said they want better communication between them and Chancellor Carol Folt in the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee’s first independent meeting of the year Monday.