In a two-day series of performances, UNC faculty artists will showcase a variety works across many disciplines, to receive feedback before the completion of the works. These works are centered around the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and its continued legacies.
"As One" comes to campus and chronicles of the life of Kimberly Reed, a transgender film director and producer, to help continue to the conversation on what it means to be trans.
Jim Ketch, a music professor at UNC, is planning on retiring after 43 years at the school. Ketch played a vital role in shaping UNC's jazz programs.
WXYC is hiring new DJs for spring 2020, no experience necessary.
Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and members of the advisory committee discussed the University's new strategic plan, called Carolina Next: Innovation for Public Good, at the committee's most recent meeting.
In an event held Tuesday evening, three former government officials spoke on policy, compromise and what they each learned during their respective careers.
The Kenan-Flagler Business School is preparing for its centennial celebration in December — and the school is quite different from the School of Commerce run by Dudley Carroll in the 1920s.
Through the lenses of anthropology and English, two professors came together to discuss climate change in an episode of "The Institute Podcast."
An expert group led by professor Theo Dingemans is tackling water purification on a large scale.
The Faculty Executive Committee met on Monday to discuss Association of American Universities’ 2019 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct, among other items of business.