Higher education leaders will begin discussing the value of a liberal arts education in the job market at a national conference hosted by Wake Forest University today.
A group of UNC students, faculty and staff is trying to raise awareness about a group of people who are systematically denied access to education — the Baha’i in Iran.
North Carolina is poised to play a significant role in the Republican presidential race for the first time in almost 40 years.
Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory will officially announce his bid for N.C. governor at a public event in Greensboro today.
For the first time in North Carolina, parents will not only be able to see their kids’ grades online but also an evaluation of their school’s teachers.
The public now has an easier way to find researchers in any field, including their work and professional connections.
UNC School of the Arts is the latest school attempting to take advantage of a new tuition policy that allows them to increase tuition well beyond the system’s mandated cap.
UNC-CH is not the only school proposing unprecedented tuition hikes for in-state students.
Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory has not officially announced his candidacy for N.C. governor, but he is already garnering support from a fellow Republican politician.
Gary Dunn is a 57-year-old full-time student at UNC-Charlotte, majoring in English. Gardenia Henley is a retired Inspector General Auditor in Charge for the State Department. And both are running for N.C. Governor. Neither has ever been elected to a political office before but both filed to enter the crowded gubernatorial race as Democrats last Friday. Today is the last day to file for candidacy.
Today is the first day that candidates for North Carolina’s gubernatorial race can file their candidacy with the N.C. Board of Elections. With Gov. Bev Perdue’s announcement last month that she will not run for re-election, Democrats are scrambling to find a candidate with high enough name recognition and favorability ratings to beat the assumed Republican candidate, former Charlotte mayor Pat McCrory.