For more than a decade, UNC's Sports Nutrition department has worked to help its athletes avoid the all-too-common issue of eating disorder development.
Details emerged publicly last month regarding the arrest of Patrick Conway this past summer, when he drunkenly crashed his vehicle into a tractor trailer while his two young daughters were in the backseat. Conway, who was CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina at the time, stepped down at the urging of the his company's trustees amid the public backlash. However, the incident hasn't cost Conway all opportunities in the health industry. Despite his currently-pending charges, which include DWI and misdemeanor child abuse, Conway still "has privileges and works occasional shifts" at UNC Hospitals' N.C. Children's Hospital, and it's unclear if his pediatrician privileges will face any impact from the arrest.
The second annual Women in Physics Research Symposium featured interesting projects and speakers that can relate to the difficulties that young women face while earning their degree in physics.
Kelly said beyond reducing tantrums, improving confidence and deepening the connection between parent and child, teaching young children sign language improves their ability to learn and communicate later on in life.
After the death of University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson, the safety of ride-share programs is being questioned.
Debra Johnson came to UNC on Tuesday to share her experience of the unique challenges faced by Black parents, lessons she learned while raising her now two-year-old son.
These three UNC students are using Instagram to share what they love, and make a little bit of money on the side.
The FedEx Global Education Center hosted a lecture this Tuesday by Manuela De Leonardis on her traveling art exhibition “The Blood of Women: Traces of Red on White Cloth.” The visual art project presents antique menstrual cloths decorated by 68 international female artists.
An appeal hearing took place on Tuesday for UNC doctoral student Maya Little, who was found guilty by the Honor Court in October of defacing Silent Sam. Little was sanctioned with a letter of warning and 18 hours of community service in her initial case hearing.
(Left to right) Madeline Hunt, Ella Castelloe and Schuyler Moss stand in front of their research projects at the Women in Physics Research Symposium.
Brother and sister Robert Johnson (left) and Debra Johnson (right) pose together after the UNC School of Social Work's lecture 'Parenting Black Boys in America.'