Winston-Salem wins diversity award as part of Latino Migration Project initiative

March 23, 2017

The City of Winston-Salem was honored with a 2017 City Cultural Diversity Award from the National League of Cities. The award was given in recognition of the Winston-Salem BIC Newcomers’ Pipeline. BIC, or Building Integrated Communities, is an initiative of the The Latino Migration Project and is supported by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.

PlayMakers Repertory Company presents “My Fair Lady”

March 16, 2017

PlayMakers Repertory Company presents Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s “My Fair Lady,” the most “loverly” musical of them all, at the Paul Green Theatre in the Center for Dramatic Art April 5-29. PlayMakers has re-imagined this classic musical to … Continued

National Security Adviser a two-time Carolina graduate

March 14, 2017

H.R. McMaster, a two-time Carolina graduate and the lieutenant general President Donald Trump has chosen to be national security adviser, often has been described as a scholar-warrior, earning his hard-charging reputation on the battlefield and on the

Real Sound in a Virtual World

March 13, 2017

Gaming giant Valve acquires Impulsonic — a UNC-created 3-D sound simulation software company started by two PhD students and faculty within the department of computer science.

PlayMakers stages Shakespeare for all

March 10, 2017

PlayMakers Repertory Company, the professional theater in residence in UNC’s College of Arts & Sciences, has always had a long relationship with the works of William Shakespeare, and bringing them to the University and local communities.

‘Creating Scientists’ is focus of 5-year QEP initiative

March 9, 2017

Chancellor Folt talks about the new initiative in this video. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has launched a five-year initiative, “Creating Scientists: Learning by Connecting, Doing and Making,” to expose undergraduate students to more hands-on research and collaborative opportunities … Continued

Ninety percent of predatory fish gone from Caribbean coral reefs due to overfishing

March 1, 2017

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have found that up to 90 percent of predatory fish are gone from Caribbean coral reefs, straining the ocean ecosystem and coastal economy. The good news? They identified reefs, known as supersites, which can support large numbers of predator fishes that if reintroduced, can help restore the environmental and economic setback inflicted by overfishing