Some UNC professors plan to travel abroad this coming summer and fall to work on research projects delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More »
Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz launched the initiative Carolina Across 100 at a meeting of the Board of Trustees on March 25. Carolina Across 100 aims to extend the University’s resources to help communities deal with the anticipated challenges post-COVID-19. The ncIMPACT Initiative at the School of Government will coordinate Carolina Across 100, Dean Mike Smith said.Read More »
Venus Standard, assistant clinical professor in the UNC School of Medicine's department of family medicine, was awarded the C. Felix Harvey Award to Advance Institutional Priorities. She created a program that seeks to train Black women as perinatal labor support doulas. The award "honors faculty whose proposals best embody the humanities and/or social sciences methods or approaches that directly and positively impact constituencies outside the University," according to the Office of the Provost website.Read More »
Following a sudden increase in COVID-19 cases at neighboring Duke University, UNC officials continue to encourage students to keep following all safety precautions.Read More »
About 400 UNC students were studying abroad during the spring 2020 semester. But on March 17, the University canceled all study abroad programs after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Here's a look at how the University brought students home and what some students who studied abroad thought about their experience.Read More »
Whether from their computer screen or in another country, the Study Abroad Office has adapted amid COVID-19 to offer students opportunities for a "global experience."Read More »
Allison hopes her selection as Battalion Commanding Officer will inspire others to appoint women, more specifically minority women, to leadership positions within the military.Read More »
Derek Shepard, the study abroad advisor for Asia-Pacific and domestic programs, as virtually pictured on March 2, 2021. When students were sent back from their abroad locations due to the pandemic, "We really tried to help out as much as possible," said Shepard.