According to a recent study by Northwestern University, non-tenured faculty members might be better teachers than professors with tenure.
Bill Ferris, a history and American studies professor at UNC recently published a new book, The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists. The book is a collection of photos and interviews with famous southern writers, musicians, and artists.
Rain and heavy thunder couldn’t stop LaDarian Smith from gardening Wednesday.
Faculty might soon serve on the traditionally student-led Honor Court if the Committee on Student Conduct and the Faculty Council approve a series of several changes to the court today.
Students living on McIver Residence Hall’s first floor awoke on March 31 to offensive graffiti around their floor and a red spray painted knife that was left in the kitchen.
The School of Education’s acceptance rate remained consistent with previous years, but the school added four seats in its elementary education program this year in response to a competitive applicant pool.
Nearly a year after administrators announced plans to kick off the University’s largest fundraising campaign ever, officials hope to have initial designs ready for the new chancellor to take over by July.
Summer internships can offer professional experience with little or no monetary reward, a reality that Ray Angle, director of University Career Services, said is a common concern among students
Ari Shapiro is a correspondent for National Public Radio who reports on the White House.