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Carolina People: Maria Dykema Erb

Maria Dykema Erb sees it as a gift to be able to work with so many students from such diverse backgrounds and help them find community as they transition into graduate school. "It's where I am supposed to be," she said. ... Read More

Institute for the Arts and Humanities announces its 2019-20 Faculty Fellows

Sixteen faculty members make up the newest class of Faculty Fellows at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities. The Faculty Fellowship Program provides on-campus leaves for faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences to pursue research and creative work that leads to publication, exhibition, composition and performance. The program supports a weekly seminar […] ... Read More

ITS launches ServiceNow, a new online help desk

On July 30, ITS launched a new and the underlying system used for support, called ServiceNow. ServiceNow will replace Remedy as the primary ticketing software for the University.  The new website and system will bring many benefits to users, including the ability to find answers faster with better knowledge articles, track requests and support […] ... Read More

Focus On: Samantha Meltzer-Brody

At Carolina’s School of Medicine, Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody investigates new treatments for postpartum depression, a mood disorder in women that can be triggered by fluctuations in reproductive hormones. Symptoms, which include severe anxiety, excessive crying and overwhelming fatigue, usually develop within the first few weeks after giving birth but may begin during pregnancy or up to […] ... Read More

Adding 5 new coaches says something good about Carolina

Carolina athletics has hired five new coaches – the most in one year in decades. Meet Courtney Banghart and the other four new or returning Tar Heels. ... Read More

University Board of Trustees meeting highlights

Announcing a search committee for Carolina’s next chancellor was just one piece of business announced during the University Board of Trustees meeting on July 31 and Aug. 1. The board also heard annual reports and updates on University initiatives. July 31: University Affairs Committee Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Robert A. Blouin announced the creation […] ... Read More

Committee set to begin search for UNC-Chapel Hill’s next chancellor

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees has formed a search committee to begin the process of finding and recommending finalists for consideration to become the next chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Richard Stevens, chair of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of […] ... Read More

Apply by July 31 to participate in Tar Heel Bus Tour

The Tar Heel Bus Tour planning committee has received a great response to Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz’s invitation to apply to participate in the 2019 Tar Heel Bus Tour. As a reminder, this Wednesday, July 31, is the last day to submit an application for a spot on the bus. This year the tour will […] ... Read More

Hurt to leave Student Affairs office

Christi Hurt will leave the Student Affairs office, effective Aug. 16, to serve as vice president for strategic initiatives with Margolis Healy and Associates and Cozen O’Connor’s Institutional Response Group, while completing her doctorate at the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Hurt has been interim vice chancellor since last fall. Before that, she was […] ... Read More

Carolina is the nation’s best value in public higher education for the 18th year

Once again, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is being recognized for its work to make a high-quality education accessible to talented students from all backgrounds. For the 18th time, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has ranked UNC-Chapel Hill the number one value in American public higher education. Carolina has topped the list every year […] ... Read More