News and Features
Historian Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, founding director of Carolina’s Southern Oral History Program, has won the 2013 Mary Turner Lane Award for outstanding contributions to the lives of women students, faculty, staff and administrators at Carolina.
The presence of legislators who are openly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender has a direct, significant impact on pro-LGBT legislation around the world, according to new research from a political scientist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Work entirely designed, implemented, and interpreted by UNC undergraduates has been published in Biochemistry and is highlighted on the journal web page.
Geography graduate student Jon Duncan was awarded the first Keohane Professional Graduate Student Award for his research in hydrology.
Saving is a critical first step on the path to financial security. But many low-income families find it challenging to choose saving for the future over meeting pressing spending needs today. Results from a study by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill of one asset-building program offer insights on how to encourage low-income taxpayers to start saving and … Continued
The new director of the Institute of African American Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will be Karla Slocum, an associate professor in anthropology and African and Afro-American studies in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Three UNC College of Arts and Sciences faculty members received mentoring awards from the Carolina Women’s Leadership Council May 10 at a Campus Y ceremony.