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Helping Veterans Thrive


An empowering clinical outreach program at UNC-Chapel Hill offers veterans and first responders new hope through holistic health care.



Helping Veterans Thrive

An empowering clinical outreach program at UNC-Chapel Hill offers veterans and first responders new hope through holistic health care.


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Waist-up shot of Charlotte Dorn standing on a dock ringed with greenery, a large body of water in the background and mountains in the far background.

Embracing a global engineering mindset

Charlotte Dorn, a Morehead-Cain Scholar, reflects on how the applied physical sciences minor and BeAM Makerspace program have prepared her for a career as a research and development engineer.

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A ‘Conversation’ with Alan Shapiro about his fellowship with the Institute for the Arts and Humanities

Alan Shapiro, a poet and professor emeritus in the department of English and comparative literature, reflects on his experience in the Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ Faculty Fellowship Program and his poem about scholarly work, “The Conversation.” 

The words Give UNC 3-28-23 are in the center of a collage of Carolina things, the Old Well, the University seal, a student in a cap and gown, etc.

GiveUNC is March 28

GiveUNC is a day when thousands of alumni, students, parents, friends, faculty and staff come together over the course of 24 hours to share their love for Carolina.

Matthew Colon stands in a barn with a horse, holding its reins.

Helping Veterans Thrive

An empowering clinical outreach program at UNC-Chapel Hill offers veterans and first responders new hope through holistic health care.

Katie Tardio holds the bones of an animal head.

Ancient food economies and centuries-old connections

A self-proclaimed foodie, Ph.D. candidate Katie Tardio is researching why we eat the foods we eat in order to deepen our cultural understanding of ancient societies and how they evolved over centuries.

Text on a blue background "Women Making History featuring Claudia Yaghoobi" with a photo of Yaghoobi.

She expands global connections for students

The Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies director launched a lecture series and taught global courses. She is also Roshan Institute associate professor in Persian studies.

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In the Media

For Black Motorists, Traffic Stops Are Often Far From Routine

“[Traffic stops] provide the legal justification for a conversation and a mini investigation for any member of the public that the police wants to interview,” said Frank Baumgartner, a political scientist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of "Suspect Citizen."  “They’re too tempting because everybody’s breaking the traffic code."

 

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Arts Everywhere Day: April 14

On April 14, students, staff, alumni and departments across Carolina are coming together for a spring explosion of creativity. This year’s theme, “YOU Are an Artist!,” invites student groups in the College and beyond to showcase their artistic talents.
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By the Numbers

17,000+
undergraduate students
2,000+
graduate students
1,005
faculty members
43
academic departments and curricula,
114 undergraduate programs of study
12
graduate programs ranked in the top 30
by U.S. News & World Report
81%
of all Carolina students graduate with at least one major in the College
$135M
in research funding
85%
of all undergraduate hours at Carolina are taught by College faculty