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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Innovation

Time for innovation

The 4th Annual Clean Tech Summit brings together professionals in business, policy, and academia from across the state and region for two days of discussion, workshops, mentoring and networking to foster leadership and growth in the Southeast's clean tech industry. ... Read More

General Alumni Association honors two with faculty service awards

Joseph DeSimone, the Chancellor’s Eminent Professor of chemistry, and Michael Smith, dean of the School of Government, were honored last month with the General Alumni Association’s 2017 Faculty Service Awards. ... Read More

Shakespeare hits the road

The Mobile Shakespeare program was built around the simple premise that Shakespeare’s work should be accessible to everyone. Through partnership with the community and creative direction by Katherine McGerr, that vision became a reality. ... Read More

University initiates planning process for Carolina Service

The University will begin to explore a new way of handling common business and administrative functions, with the goal of becoming a more nimble organization. The initiative, called Carolina Service, provides an opportunity to identify more efficient and effective ways to deliver services and share resources. ... Read More

Kohn named fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Professor emeritus Harold “Hal” Kohn of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. ... Read More

Carolina Angel Network launched to help UNC startups

The newly launched Carolina Angel Network (CAN), will address early-stage funding gaps for startups and to ensure the most promising innovative ideas make it to the marketplace. ... Read More

A memorable year at Carolina

From faculty members receiving national awards and new campus exhibits being installed to Final Fours and national championships, 2016 was another memorable year at Carolina. ... Read More

Trustees learn about the power of discovery

Board of Trustees members saw the full sweep of Carolina’s research enterprise and its power to transform – and save – lives, with a field trip to the 3,500-square-foot BeAM (Be A Maker) space in Murray Hall and a presentation about Lineberger Comprehensive Care Center harnessing the computing power of IBM’s Watson to discover treatments that would not have been humanly possible to find. ... Read More

Amy Oldenburg applies physics to medicine and driving

Physicist Amy Oldenburg developed an interest in biomedical optics because she wanted “to apply what I knew about physics to medical applications.” ... Read More

University Librarian Sarah Michalak to retire Dec. 31

Sarah Michalak, University librarian and associate provost for University libraries, has announced that she will retire on Dec. 31. ... Read More