It’s a tough fact to swallow.
It’s a tough fact to swallow.
CARY — Students and faculty have made clear over the past week through public statements, letters to the editor and social media that they want a say in the search for UNC-system President Tom Ross’ successor.
New NCAA legislation that allows universities to pay athletes for the full cost of college attendance was met with positive reactions from the Student-Athlete Academic Initiative Working Group on Tuesday.
Faculty leaders are struggling to accept the Board of Governors’ decision that led to the resignation of UNC-system President Tom Ross.
Student employees will only have to complete one of the Title IX Awareness and Violence Prevention online training modules required by both employees and students at the University — but some student employees say this has not been made clear to them.
A UNC employee said she’s been overwhelmed by the generosity that has followed since a Pennsylvania family took to social media to raise money for her sister who is battling cancer.
Ann Powers is nationally known for her expertise on the newest and coolest music, but she credits music with the coolest praise of all — bridging the generational gap between her and her daughter.
When the University closes for ice, many students turn off their alarm clocks and go back to bed. For University employees, things might not be as simple.
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.
Tensions continue to run high in the Faculty Council meetings in the aftermath of the October release of Kenneth Wainstein’s report on academic fraud at UNC.
UNC students attending classes for the first time this week might have noticed professors banning laptops in the classroom, citing research that laptop use — and its distractions — can hinder learning.
After winning awards, founding programs and getting arrested, Jacquelyn Hall has retired from her position as a history professor.
At the last Faculty Council meeting of 2014, aftershocks from the Wainstein report finally started to blend in with the rest of campus life.
A handful of UNC scientists have been honored with election to the American Association for the Advancement of Science — an award that came as a genuine surprise to most of them.
Questions raised by UNC's accreditation body — the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges — letter were at the top of the Faculty Executive Committee agenda Monday.
Faculty members have been in an identity crisis since the release of the Wainstein Report a month ago.
After serving since 2009 as the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Karen Gil has decided it’s time to step down and give someone else a chance to lead UNC’s largest academic branch through its next phase.
Student Body President Andrew Powell and Jacob Hinton support creating a University position devoted to veterans affairs, but UNC’s administration is not sold.
After staying on to help the University handle the aftermath of the Wainstein report, UNC’s longtime General Counsel Leslie Strohm will leave her post in January.
The proposal for students, staff and faculty to pay for night parking on campus will remain on hold for now.