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Michael McFee wins North Carolina’s highest civilian honor

Michael A. McFee is among the six people who will receive North Carolina’s highest civilian honor.


Original drawing with the 225 in blue to celebrate Carolina's birthday. Buildings represented included the Old Well, the Davie Poplar, Old East, Historic Playmakers Theatre, Wilson Library and the Bell Tower.

Celebrating Carolina’s 225th

To celebrate Carolina’s 225th birthday, artist Will Black created a collage of the University’s most iconic structures and landscape features. (Can you identify them all?)


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Faculty Innovator: Ronit Freeman

Ronit Freeman, an associate professor in the UNC Department of Applied Physical Sciences, discusses her interdisciplinary approach to her current research and her interest in innovative entrepreneurship.


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Art studio opens up in Carolina residence hall

The studio, a partnership between Arts Everywhere, UNC Housing and the art and art history department, is designed to bring the arts out of museums and into students’ daily lives.


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Celebrate Carolina’s 225 years at University Day Oct. 12

In 1793, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was founded as a bold experiment — an untested idea, built on the principles of lux, libertas – light and liberty. For 225 years, Tar Heels have paved the way to a better world for generations to come. We walk the unpaved road with curiosity, courage and compassion. We build … Continued


Milestone Moments in the College of Arts & Sciences—an infographic timeline 1795: Students: 41 Faculty: 3 Departments: 2 Illustration of Hinton James, the first student to arrive at UNC. Illustration from 1935 Yackety Yack yearbook.

Major Milestones in the College of Arts & Sciences

As the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill looks back on its 225-year history, the College of Arts & Sciences is also reflecting on the College of the past. Although the College of Arts & Sciences that we know today wasn’t formally established until 1935, a strong liberal arts education has been at the heart of a Carolina education … Continued


Two students look at an artifact from the Ackland Art Museum for a QEP class.

Connecting, doing and making

If there’s one thing Associate Dean for Instructional Innovation Kelly Hogan wants students and faculty to know, it’s that the Quality Enhancement Plan is for everyone.