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Sexual harassment can take many forms, and so can ways to stop it

March's Carolina Conversations session explored types of conduct that could be considered harassment and how to address it. ... 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

Blouin discusses online learning approaches with Faculty Council

One of the goals of The Blueprint for Next is to expand online offerings to serve non-residential students. To find out more about it, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Bob Blouin, along with Chancellor Carol L. Folt and other campus leaders, recently visited Arizona State University and Harvard University, which have both emerged as national […] ... Read More

SO YOU WANT TO BE AN ORNATRIX

About 45 art, art history and classics students, hairstylists, costume designers and a few curious staff and community members attended a workshop on how to replicate ancient Roman hairstyles led by hairstylist and “hair archaeologist” Janet Stephens of Baltimore. ... Read More

Faculty group studies for the next stage in life

Somehow it’s not surprising that faculty members like Gwen Sancar would prepare for retirement by taking a semester-long class, complete with a syllabus, assigned readings, homework and discussions led by a facilitator. ... Read More

Spotlight shines on five 2018 UAAW winners

Five women who spend much of their time helping other women and girls had their moment in spotlight March 5. Chancellor Carol L. Folt presented the 2018 University Awards for the Advancement of Women at a ceremony hosted by the Carolina Women’s Center in the Pleasants Room of Wilson Library. ... Read More

Carolina People: Carissa Hessick

Meet Carissa Hessick, a law professor whose Prosecutors and Politics project will analyze the effect of campaign contributions to prosecutor elections. ... Read More

Belger named director of the FPG Child Development Institute

Aysenil “Ayse” Belger has been named the new director of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, effective April 1. She has been a faculty member at Carolina for 18 years. ... Read More

Strom-Gottfried touts the value—and safety—of Carolina Ethics Line

“Upholding the highest standards of integrity is a responsibility that belongs to all of us and can begin with any one of us,” said Kim Strom-Gottfried. “Carolina Ethics Line is another resource to help us make continuous progress in achieving that goal.” ... Read More

Time to get serious about nanomaterials databases

The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy administers the Nanomaterials Registry database. Professor Alex Tropsha is the steward of the registry database at Carolina. ... Read More