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Wayne Blair bids farewell to Employee Forum delegates

On his last day at Carolina, University ombuds Wayne Blair received lifelong honorary delegate status, a standing ovation and a tearful farewell from delegates at the Feb. 7 meeting of the Employee Forum. ... Read More

School of Government publishes first graphic book

A graphic book from the School of Government describes how a felony sentence is served in North Carolina, following an inmate from the moment the judge pronounces the sentence to the day the inmate completes post-release supervision. ... Read More

MEASURE Evaluation Project scores $232 million award, Carolina’s largest

One of the largest research awards made to the University just got bigger, making MEASURE Evaluation 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. ... Read More

Mesibov named interim director of Ombuds Office

“I am grateful to Laurie Mesibov for assuming the interim leadership role of this critically important office that benefits all members of our campus community,” said Chancellor Carol L. Folt. ... Read More

Unsung Heroes strive to even out the playing field

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. ... Read More

Carolina People: Derek Lochbaum

Carolina People: Meet Derek Lochbaum, director of trademarks and licensing. ... Read More

Gopal encourages graduates to ‘be bold but also boring’

Be audacious in your pursuits, but not in a flashy, shallow way, Carolina’s Satish Gopal told graduates at the Winter Commencement ceremony at the Dean Smith Center on Dec. 17. ... Read More

Four alumni honored with prestigious Davie Awards

At a Nov. 17 dinner, Chancellor Carol L. Folt and the University Board of Trustees presented the board’s highest honor, the William Richardson Davie Award, to four alumni in recognition of their “dedication, commitment, loyalty and service.” ... Read More

Schroeder to develop new initiatives in ‘flourishing ecosystem’ of public humanities

Robyn Schroeder is bringing that passion for public humanities to the College of Arts & Sciences as the new initiative director for the Mellon-funded Humanities for the Public Good. ... Read More

25 years ago, University employees found their voice

On Dec. 6, Employee Forum members past and present came together at the Hill Alumni Center to celebrate the forum’s 25th anniversary and the group's accomplishments. ... Read More