During a remote semester, some students have opted to take a gap semester to pursue other opportunities.
Amy Johnson began her position as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on Aug. 3. Two weeks later, student life went remote.
At their meeting on Monday, members of UNC's Commission on History, Race and a Way Forward discussed the consequences of the University's history and how to make amends for its past moving forward.
The Faculty Executive Committee met in an emergency session Monday evening to discuss the recent COVID-19 clusters on campus and the University's decision to move undergraduate courses online.
With the fall semester getting started, some UNC students reflect on the summer experiences they had during the pandemic.
A student in Biology 252L, Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory, expressed their concerns about the class's rigor during this remote instruction period in an online petition which has over 180 signatures. “In general, the transition from in-person to online should not warrant this degree of difference in the difficulty of this course," the petition reads.
In this episode, Evely Forte and DTH staff writer Rachel Crumpler discuss UNC graduate worker demands in response to COVID-19.
The UNC Adams School of Dentistry will be offering virtual dentistry services to patients and oral health providers across the state, hoping to help North Carolinians maintain their oral health during a statewide stay-at-home order.
Via Zoom, the UNC Board of Trustees discussed renovations to the Undergraduate Library and upgrades to parking decks, as well as the potential development of a data science on school on UNC's campus. The Board also discussed research, curriculum development and more issues regarding the History, Race, and a Way Forward Commission.