The gender pay gap in North Carolina is one of the smallest in nation, but under current conditions it won’t close anytime soon — perhaps not until after 2100.
The United States and Israel struck the largest military aid deal in American history last week — totalling $38 billion over 10 years — and sparking a conversation among UNC groups.
As a maritime archaeologist, Joe Hoyt has been on many dives before. He is used to the feeling of looking at forgotten artifacts from long ago — the feeling of going back in time.
North Carolina’s community college system, one of the largest in the country, dropped 24 places on WalletHub’s annual ranking of community colleges from the past year.
A coalition of UNC-system students gathered Friday morning in front of the Center for School Leadership Development in Chapel Hill during the Board of Governor's monthly meeting — but Board Chairperson Lou Bissette said some of their anger was misplaced.
The legislative change Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) has been advocating for all year may come to fruition this month, as the U.S. House and Senate are set to vote on his proposal to change a provision of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Rarely has the UNC-system’s Board of Governors seen a year like this one. Marked with turmoil and change, 2015 has seen the board face criticism from every direction.
One of UNC’s largest student groups is challenging Margaret Spellings’ appointment as UNC-system president.
For months, members of the N.C. legislature have called for more transparency regarding the UNC-system Board of Governors. When the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations meets Wednesday, with several board members in attendance, legislators are expected to address just that.
The UNC-system Board of Governors gathered at 2 p.m. today for a previously unscheduled meeting. For 45 minutes, the board discussed salary increases for UNC faculty and staff as well as a request from two N.C. legislators for the records from the board’s emergency meeting on Oct. 30.