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New University-approved attendance policy emphasizes clarity, equity and accountability

A new class attendance policy and University-approved absence policy will be supported by a central office for handling UAAs that will offer in one place legal references and resources about how a UAA is approved and communicated. ... Read More

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

Carolina People

Carolina People: Meet Grace White, paper conservator at the Ackland Art Museum. ... 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 listed in Best Workplaces for Commuters 2018

Carolina was one of 37 colleges and universities nationally and one of six in North Carolina to receive the designation Best Workplaces for Commuters for 2018. ... Read More

True dedication

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. ... Read More

Arts unlimited

One of the distinctive features of CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio is that almost nothing qualifies as being behind the scenes or backstage. Those are the kinds of limitations of conventional venues. And CURRENT is nothing if not unconventional. ... Read More

When the teacher becomes the student

Tanja Snively went from accountant to professor to student at Kenan-Flagler Business School. Now she is a full-time lecturer teaching in both the master’s in accounting and MBA@UNC programs. ... Read More

Carolina People: Meet Jonathan A. Jensen

Carolina People: Meet Jonathan A. Jensen, assistant professor of sport administration, who's headed to the Olympics. ... Read More