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A grateful heart

Winning a Massey award was the latest bit of good fortune for Nan Kham and her family ... Read More

Summer Undergraduate Pipeline Symposium showcases student research

Emma Halker is the first scientist—the only scientist—in her family, and she’s sharing her knowledge with the public for the first time. A first-generation college student at Carolina, Halker presented her biology research July 25 at the fourth annual Summer Undergraduate Pipeline Research Symposium. “It means everything to me to be here,” she said. “No […] ... Read More

Carolina People: Elizabeth French

  Elizabeth French ASSISTANT DEAN FOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AT THE GILLINGS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH What’s a typical day like in your job? Nearly everything I do is focused on advancing the four pillars of our school’s strategic plan: create 21st century classrooms for teaching and learning, become truly global, be innovative and be more […] ... Read More

Meet Carolina’s new and notable faculty 2018–19

The University welcomes many new faculty members each year. Some have freshly minted doctorates, but others are seasoned professors and researchers and experienced professionals new to the world of academia. For the 2018–19 academic year, 86 new people will join the Carolina faculty. Here’s an introduction to a few of them.       Sayamindu […] ... Read More

Trustees announce goals, view heart-tugging stories of patients benefitting from research

At the first University Board of Trustees meeting in the new fiscal year, Chair Haywood Cochrane announced six goals for the board that are tied to the University’s strategic framework, the Blueprint for Next. The trustees also heard two presentations about University health care research that has led to groundbreaking patient treatments. ... Read More

Carolina People: Philip Hollingsworth

Carolina People: Meet Philip Hollingsworth, coordinator for faculty programs at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, who says he works with "amazing people." ... Read More

Massey winner Gregory Gangi has a passion for the natural world

The Massey award recognized the role Gregory Gangi has played as a catalyst for shaping interdisciplinary curriculum and learning opportunities beyond the classroom to better prepare students for emerging career paths. ... Read More

A summer for scholars

For the past 29 years, MURAP has brought underrepresented college juniors and seniors to Chapel Hill to explore a life in academia. ... Read More

Campus email on Carolina’s Title IX program

Nothing is more important to the University than creating a culture at Carolina where every member of our campus community feels safe, supported and respected. ... Read More

New program will offer early-stage legal counsel for profit and nonprofit ventures

It takes drive, ambition, patience and persistence to become an entrepreneur. It also takes access to legal resources—a need that will be met with the new clinical entrepreneurship program at the School of Law, presented by Dean Martin Brinkley to the Board of Trustees. ... Read More