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Nine recognized for work to further diversity and inclusion

The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs honored nine people or groups on April 4 with the 2017 University Diversity Awards for significant contributions to the enhancement, support and furtherance of diversity and inclusion on the Carolina campus and in the community. ... Read More

Cairns’ Golden Rule: ‘It’s never about you’

Reflecting on his three years as faculty chair, Bruce Cairns talks about how he found purpose in life through service to others. ... Read More

2017 University Teaching Awards

Meet Carolina's award-winning faculty members and teacher's assistants in the 2017 University Teaching Awards insert. ... Read More

University Teaching Awards citations

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Six earn prestigious Massey Awards for outstanding service

Six employees have been selected by Chancellor Carol L. Folt to receive the 2017 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards, one of the most coveted distinctions earned by faculty and staff. ... Read More

Diversity, racism and ‘the five truths we don’t want to confront’

At the final Carolina Conversation of the academic year, Marybeth Gasman went over the five truths “no one will tell you” about why colleges do not hire more people of color. ... Read More

A half-century in the classroom

James Scatliff was entertaining, engaging and creative in getting his lessons about radiology across to his students. With his dry wit and self-deprecating humor, he was named the School of Medicine’s Professor of the Year three times and gave its commencement address four times. ... Read More

Dean Kemble blazed a trail for nursing students

The School of Nursing still feels the impact of its pioneering dean, Elizabeth Kemble, whose portrait hangs in Carrington Hall. ... Read More

New transportation and parking plan takes effect this fall

The University’s new Five-Year Transportation and Parking System Plan, developed with an eye toward equity and efficiency, includes provisions to distribute operating costs among the many people who use the system. It also provides funding through fiscal year 2021-22 to help ensure that the Chapel Hill Transit system remains fare-free while it reduces the parking revenue subsidy for transit services costs. ... Read More

Water, water — and arts — everywhere

The Board of Trustees heard from the Institute for Marine Sciences and Kenan Music Scholars at its last meeting. ... Read More