News and Features
Historic artifacts from one of North America’s oldest archaeological sites are returning home to Badin, N.C The artifacts are part of “Ancient Carolinians,” an exhibit developed by archaeologists in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences that will be permanently located in Badin.
A new $4.47 million project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, will help lay the groundwork for developing potentially better ways to deliver antidotes against exposure to chemical weapons.
The 2013-2014 Process Series will feature seven new artistic works-in-development at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, beginning Sept. 20.
“Syria: The Wider Implications” will be the focus of a free panel discussion Oct. 1 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
UNC student Ari Hires ’14 describes her opportunity to dig deeply into the Coptic Christian community of the country of Georgia as proof that academic aspirations can become reality.
Three UNC archaeology alums have unearthed the earliest European settlement in the interior United States near Morganton, N.C.
PlayMakers Repertory Company has been named an inaugural winner of Triangle Business Journal’s Leaders in Diversity Award.