With a mobile-first approach, the redesigned site uses large images, video and social media to tell the compelling stories of the people who make the University an extraordinary place.
Carolina People: Meet Grace White, paper conservator at the Ackland Art Museum.
From left, N.C. Department of Public Safety employee Shane Tharrington and University employees Jason Whitley of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy and associate professor Jamie Markham combined their talents to create the School of Government’s first graphic book, which helps to explain the state prison system in words and pictures.
The current exhibition at the Ackland Art Museum as well as its catalogue and a companion symposium are all dedicated to one person, the late Mary Sheriff, a longtime art history professor at Carolina who did not see the installation of the exhibition that she co-curated.
MEASURE Evaluation, led by director Jim Thomas, is not only Carolina’s largest project in global health, but also the recipient of the largest single award the University has ever received, at $231.9 million.
Erica Wallace, left, and Jan Johnson Yopp will be recognized as MLK Unsung Heroes on Feb. 19 at the MLK Celebration Keynote Lecture and Awards Ceremony.
Scientists at Carolina and collaborators took a key step in the development of better pain medications. The research, published in the journal Cell, shows a route toward creating opioids that relieve pain without causing the severe side effects at the heart of the opioid epidemic.