The Daily Tar Heel’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Pogarcic spoke to Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz in an exclusive interview last Thursday about UNC's reopening and coronavirus response.
Gretchen Bellamy, the senior director for education, operations and initiatives and Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, interim chief diversity officer, wrote a letter to the Roadmap Implementation Taskforce calling for a seat at the table when making decisions about fall's reopening, advocating for more equitable plans.
After a UNC Police tweet about police presence at on-campus move-in sparked outrage on social media, a series of email exchanges displayed the disconnect between student leaders and University officials.
Last week, five Black student leaders met with the DTH to discuss their concerns for the University's current fall reopening plans. In particular, the students highlighted their opposition to fully reopen campus, with respect to student equity, the potential impact of COVID-19 and a lack of institutional accountability.
During the Faculty Executive Committee's first official meeting for the 2020-21 school year, administrators and community members discussed important updates for fall reopening, including COVID-19 testing and contact tracing, UNC athletics and diversity and equity initiatives.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and UNC graduate, spoke with UNC professor Jim Leloudis about her career, creating The 1619 Project and the current social justice movement in a webinar held Wednesday.
Faculty held a community conversation Friday to discuss a variety of concerns about UNC's fall reentry, including remaining questions about the Carolina Roadmap, racial equity on campus and safety of University staff and athletes.
The Faculty Executive Committee met Monday afternoon to discuss the plans for the Roadmap for Fall 2020 and results of a recent faculty survey that found remote teaching was the preferred method of instruction among instructors who responded.
Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz, students leaders and other University administrators hosted a webinar Thursday to discuss the Carolina Roadmap and answer student questions about UNC’s plans for fall 2020 re-entry.
UNC Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and other University leaders hosted a webinar Wednesday to discuss UNC’s options for safe re-entry in the fall in response to COVID-19. The options under consideration are part of a framework called the Carolina Roadmap, which is expected to officially launch next week. Under the Carolina Roadmap, students may expect modifications to on-campus housing, shifts to the academic calendar and the implementation of social distancing and other safety measures.