Former UNC professor John Briscoe received the Stockholm Water Prize, known informally as the “Nobel Prize of water,” earlier this year for his dedication to working on global water policies.
In the summer of 2011, UNC junior Cole Johnson went to Kolkata, India, with his church and saw up close the issues women face there, specifically sex trafficking. After speaking with a local nonprofit organization, Kolkata City Mission, the 20-year-old business major started Freedom Code to combat sex trafficking by providing women in Kolkata with skills to help them earn a livelihood in textile production.
A record 19 UNC graduates and graduate students will soon be teaching English and conducting research in places from Turkey to Taiwan as a part of the competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
A robot laser could be coming to UNC's Southern Astrophysical Research telescope, thanks to an assistant physics professor.Professor Nicholas Law worked on the Robo-AO, a 60-inch robotic telescope that uses a laser to clarify images of outer space, at California Institute of Technology's Palomar Observatory for the past five years.
Throw everything you know about improv out the window.
Mary Reid Kelley and her husband Patrick Kelley create alternate worlds in their theatrical films. Tonight, they are bringing those worlds to UNC’s campus.
Carolina Performing Arts’s program Arts@TheCore has made progress in building a stronger relationship between the arts and academics on campus.
Sometimes autism speaks — other times it gets its voice through song.