Fred Moore, a retired University security guard, died Friday at the age of 74. Friends and co-workers of "Mr. Fred" reminisced about the time they spent with him.
Nobel Prize winner Kip Thorne came to UNC Thursday to give a talk on his studies called "My Romance with the Warped Side of the Universe." It was the 25th anniversary of the Frey Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professorship at the College of Arts and Sciences.
The winners of the 2018-2019 Carolina Global Photography Competition were honored at an awards ceremony Wednesday.
“I will say that it is important for academia ─ students, faculty, staff, administrators, etc. ─ to reflect the demographic breadth and intellectual richness of the larger society, especially in the case of a public university such as UNC."
The UNC Board of Trustees held their last meeting with Chancellor Carol Folt in attendance Thursday morning. She gave her final remarks and was awarded The Order of the Long Leaf Pine by N.C. Governor Roy Cooper.
January's Board of Governors meeting was held on Thursday. The meeting focused on topics such as the creation of new degrees, the Employee Engagement Survey and the search for new chancellors. More BOG committee meetings are scheduled for Friday.
“I have the greatest respect for the UNC system,” he said. “Having worked in energy and environmental finance for 15 years, the idea of supporting environmental studies is near and dear to my heart.”
Scott Emmons is one of 15 students in the nation who received this award.
Six powerful women in STEM came together to talk about what it's like to work, research and thrive in a predominately male professional sphere. Check out the inspiring advice and experiences they shared.