Greenlaw 101 was renovated to be a more interactive space and is the first of its kind on campus big enough for 100 students or more.
Alumna and Chancellor’s Fellow Emily Auerbach’s goal is to make Carolina the first public university in the country where edible and medicinal plants are integrated into landscapes throughout campus.
A study by researchers working with the Transfer Project, a partnership of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carolina Population Center, UNICEF and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, concludes that small unconditional cash grants for families with children under five years old make it possible for impoverished rural families in Zambia to improve consumption, … Continued
During the Fall 2015 semester, Sara Shields was part of the first faculty exchange with the UNC-King’s Strategic Alliance
The program is designed for students who have started their Chinese language journey and would like to develop advanced working language skills. Second-year students Christopher Burriss and Olivia Holder and third-year student Emily Rose, all students in the College of Arts and Sciences, join the ranks of Carolina students and alumni who have been awarded the prestigious fellowship.
UNC-Chapel Hill has joined a consortium of universities who will share editorial oversight and financial support for African Arts, the oldest continuously publishing journal in the field of African art history.
UNC’s Hans Paerl and Larry Band were among 60 new fellows honored for “exceptional scientific contributions and attained knowledge eminence in the fields of Earth and space sciences.”