We sat down with Dr. Allen O'Barr, director of CAPS, to talk about some strategies students can implement to take care of their mental health this semester.
Gov. Roy Cooper and representatives of various UNC organizations expressed congratulations and support for Guskiewicz in his new position.
At the Kenan Scholars Fall 2020 Public Sector Showcase, students discussed their internship experiences while the keynote speaker imparted advice for future classes.
Students and professors alike share memorable and frustrating moments of Zoom fails. From unintentional singing while unmuted to obscene and abusive Zoombombings, adjusting to classes online has been difficult for many. Issues with Zoom include students not being able to alert professors or TAs with questions, unintentionally sharing audio, or experiencing security threats from those who Zoombomb.
As the fall application season for UNC's undergraduate programs at professional schools comes to a close, three UNC faculty members shared their insight on changes to this year’s application process and advice for applicants.
This Labor Day weekend, some UNC students adjusted to the realities of having to spend a normally eventful break amid a pandemic. For some, COVID-19 has altered the plans of students living away from family and friends who were looking forward to the pause from school.
Dr. Kim Allen, Kenan Scholars Program Director, welcomes attendees to the inaugural Kenan Scholars Public Sector Showcase on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.
Ashanti Greene (far right) and coworkers welcome back residents at Gwynedd Estates, a retirement community, on July 2, 2020. Photo courtesy of Ashanti Greene.