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New Student-curated Online Exhibition Looks at Women’s Experiences at Carolina

June 25, 2020

“Climbing the Hill: Women in the History of UNC” focuses on women’s experiences at Carolina, covering a range of intersectional topics, including sexuality, race and age. The exhibition’s timeline begins before the admittance of the first female student, Mary McRae, in 1897, with artifacts including a dance card that men used to record their dance partners’ names when attending balls.

PPE pickup instructions for research spaces in other departments

May 28, 2020

These instructions are for acquiring masks and cleaning/disinfecting supplies for research labs and spaces, not for instructional or other departmental use. The immediate goal is to supply the requirements of research spaces as they reopen. Supplies for other phases of reopening will be handled in future announcements.

PPE pickup instructions for APS-Chemistry-Biology

May 28, 2020

These instructions are for acquiring masks and cleaning/disinfecting supplies for research labs and spaces, not for instructional or other departmental use. The immediate goal is to supply the requirements of research spaces as they reopen. Supplies for other phases of reopening will be handled in future announcements.

Checklist for Resuming Research Operations

May 28, 2020

Download this checklist, including a plan for your group’s updated policies here: CAS- Lab plan template (last updated May 28, 2020).  Inventories Have each member of your group returning to campus complete Environment Health and Safety training (https://ehs.unc.edu/) for complying … Continued

Machine Morality

May 27, 2020

As machines become more autonomous, humans must define the limits of their decision-making. UNC postdoctoral researcher Yochanan Bigman addresses this topic, suggesting where to draw the line when self-governing technology is required to make life-or-death decisions. After a late-night shopping … Continued

The Fast and the Autonomous

May 26, 2020

In a small corner of Sitterson Hall sits a fleet of pint-size cars that can see and navigate independently, winning races for the team of UNC computer science students that created them.

Take a film adventure

May 20, 2020

With movie theaters closed, premieres postponed and shelter-in-place orders still in effect, now is the perfect time to take a chance on an obscure classic or contemporary film — the kind you never seemed to find the time to watch.

Course Drop Accommodation for full-time students: Student FAQ

April 27, 2020

Please note that this new course drop policy is for College of Arts & Sciences undergraduates only; professional students and undergraduate students in professional programs will follow guidance from their professional school dean. The Graduate School’s existing course drop processes will remain in effect; later deadlines are already in place to support graduate students with course drops with no special grading needed.