"Students, community members, teachers, high school students, faculty, staff, local government and all sorts of society organization ... foster the dialogue on Europe." The Center for European Studies is hosting Europe Week at Carolina, a week dedicated to appreciating and celebrating European culture, from April 6 to 12.
These five women were awarded for being "leaders on this campus trying to make a real impact to overcome the constraints of sexism and heterosexism and work towards a more just and equitable society.”
U.S. News & World Report ranked graduate programs throughout the United States. How did UNC's graduate schools fall on the leaderboard?
Tomorrow night, UNC will face off against ACC rival Duke University at 9 p.m. in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Here's where students will be watching.
At TEDxUNC, Chapel Hill's annual TED Talk event, speakers will discuss their interpretation of "flow" and how it relates to their work and passions.
The Carolina Center for Public Service, a hub for public service at UNC since 1999, is seeking nominees for three annual awards that commend UNC individuals or groups for exceptional community service.
“She started as a reporter, writing for the same newspaper she does now. She does documentaries, radio, and social media. She represents the future,” said Susan King, dean of the UNC School of Media and Journalism, about Jacqueline Charles, commencement speaker for the school's spring 2019 graduating class.