After eight months in office, UNC Student Body President Savannah Putnam reflects on the work that her administration has completed — specifically emphasizing their effect on mental health.
Various speakers from around the country came together to talk about pornography, sexual orientation and free speech.
The UNC Faculty Council met on Friday to discuss topics like Silent Sam and the undergraduate general education curriculum, among other things.
“To have female leaders telling you to be assertive and network with other women and men in the industry to get to the next level, I think it’s really powerful.”
Danielle Purifoy spent many weekends at UNC during middle and high school as part of the North Carolina Math and Science Education Network, a program to introduce students to STEM fields. This year, Purifoy returned to the University as a fellow of the Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity.
The UNC LGBTQ Center has been offering Safe Zone trainings since 2003, teaching allyship strategies and bringing awareness to various LGBTQ perspectives and experiences.
The Susan G. Komen foundation awarded the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center $1.125 million to continue its groundbreaking breast cancer research. The money will be dispersed among doctors researching different types of breast cancers including HER2-positive tumors, triple negative breast cancer and experiences of those that have had cancer.
A decade after the Great Recession, professor Benjamin Waterhouse is teaching The History of the 2008 Financial Crisis, a course intended to explore the crisis on a substantial level and increase financial literacy among students.