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Established in 2009, the Digital Heritage Center has digitized more than 120,000 yearbooks, scrapbooks, newspapers, photographs and city directories from the past two centuries and more recent decades. ... Read More

Public service awards honor mentorship, advocacy programs led by Tar Heels

The Carolina Center for Public Service recognized several community-based programs led by Carolina faculty, staff and students at its 2018 Public Service Awards celebration on April 9. ... Read More

Carolina People: Aaron Bachenheimer

In this issue's Carolina People feature, meet Aaron Bachenheimer, executive director of off-campus student life and community partnerships. ... Read More

Public service, campus master plan connected to a broader mission

The March Board of Trustees meeting focused on the Carolina Center for Public Service, the new campus master plan and how both are tied to the broader mission of the University and The Blueprint for Next. ... Read More

Anna Wu: ‘Still learning how to be a role model in the workplace’

Consciously or not, Anna Wu had been a role model for most of her Carolina career, from representing the University at countless public meetings and presentations to leading a large and diverse workforce as an Asian-American woman. ... Read More

New policy management system set to launch March 29

Tinu Diver, the associate director of the Office of Ethics Education and Policy Management, believes the policies a University puts into effect are like the budgets that control how money is spent. Each, in its own way, is an expression of what the University values, she said. ... Read More

Phyllis Petree to retire as director of internal audit

"Phyllis has always approached her work with the utmost integrity, and her keen understanding of campus operations and steady guidance will be missed," said Chancellor Carol L. Folt. ... Read More

Carl Ernst connects Carolina to the Middle East

For Carl Ernst, Islamic studies is about much more than studying the languages and cultures of the Middle East—it’s about fostering a much-needed awareness of an area of the world with which many people in the United States are unfamiliar. ... Read More

Gillings School partners on a banner symposium exploring the 1918 flu pandemic

"Public health can be a great convener of people, crossing boundaries to forge conversations for the public good," said Barbara Rimer. ... Read More

‘After 200 years, I was it’

Anne Cates never worried about being the only woman at a leadership table—even though she often was. As the first female chair of the Board of Trustees, serving her alma mater the best she could was her only focus. ... Read More