As we move to remote teaching, learning and working, many of us are missing the signs of spring on campus. We’ve gathered some of our favorite photos of Carolina’s campus … Continued
In a time of social distancing and stay-at-home orders, Tar Heel Reader exhibits a different type of virality, spreading among educators through positive reviews and conference testimonials.
Larson is using her experience teaching online courses to serve as a peer mentor to her colleagues during the University’s transition to remote learning.
The UNC Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) is proud to announce the launch of the Housing Opportunity Finder website.
Pull up a chair and meet a few of Carolina’s graduate students who are working to improve the lives of North Carolinians. Behind Carolina’s research mission and its dedication to … Continued
As a biomedical engineer, Brian Diekman is committed to figuring out exactly why and how the tissue between our joints degrades over time. His research may lead to less pain … Continued
Classicists help connect our lives to those of the ancient world, but in Suzanne Lye’s course on magic and religion, her students do more than just connect — they create. … Continued
BeAM and medical students team up with Duke, NC State to design and produce face shields for healthcare workers. When Demitra Canoutas first learned that UNC School of Medicine students … Continued
A look at how Carolina’s faculty and students are responding to remote teaching and learning in the first few days.
While we can’t be there in person to enjoy spring events at Carolina together, many departments in the College and across campus are transitioning to virtual events and ways to … Continued
Jon Abramowitz is a professor of clinical psychology and an expert in anxiety disorders. He addresses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our daily lives – including how isolation … Continued
UNC-Chapel Hill biologist Bob Goldstein leads DIY microscope-building workshops to empower North Carolina public school teachers.
The fund will provide emergency support for various expenses, such as housing, food, travel and technology to students who are unable to meet the unexpected financial burdens resulting from the … Continued
A message from Terry Rhodes to faculty and graduate teaching assistants in the College of Arts & Sciences sent on Wednesday, March 18, 2020.
UNC senior Savannah Faircloth traveled to Paris in the summer of 2019 to learn about French culinary culture and the relationship Parisians have with food. Then, she drew their portraits.
The purpose of this FAQ is to answer questions that the Dean’s Office is receiving from faculty, teaching assistants and other instructors of record. It is not meant to be a complete set of answers to all … Continued
The University has announced a new plan that will encourage greater “social distancing” and mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Spring break is extended through March 22. Remote instruction for the … Continued
Benjamin Frey is an assistant professor in the Department of American Studies. He studies the Cherokee language, now endangered, in order to recover the social networks, spaces, domains and means … Continued
New research from Carolina shows that plastics floating in the ocean build a coating of algae and microorganisms that smells edible to turtles.