Six students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were selected as recipients of the 2018 Anne L. and S. Epes Robinson Honors Fellowship, which provides funding for … Continued
Archivists from the University Libraries and their campus and community partners have been honored by the Society of American Archivists (SAA) as 2018 award recipients. The awards recognize 20 individuals … Continued
In an era when photographs made with cellphones and digital cameras have become the norm, some Carolina students have chosen to embrace the art form’s more analog past. In the … Continued
North Carolina’s marshes continue to fragment every day. Shelby Ziegler attempts to rebuild them by gathering data from the healthy wetlands that remain — a feat she often tackles in … Continued
Nearly 300 elementary school students visited the University for a day of scientific exploration. Jennifer Weinberg-Wolf was the only girl in her third grade rocket science club. More specifically, she … Continued
In the last 50 years, botanists have discovered more than 500 new species of plants across the Southeast. But it takes decades to actually study and record their existence — … Continued
After visiting the Galápagos Islands for a research project over winter break, senior Haley Moser hopes to pursue a career in community-centered research after graduating from Carolina this May.
For the more than 6,000 students sitting in a sea of Carolina blue in Kenan Stadium on May 13, the journey to graduation was anything but easy.
A memorial fund has been set up in honor of Jonathan Hess, professor and chair of the department of Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures, who passed away suddenly on … Continued
New research from UNC-Chapel Hill and collaborators found that most marine life in marine protected areas will not be able to tolerate warming ocean temperatures caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
Watch a video and take a look at a graphic that breaks down the class of 2018, from the number of students to their most popular majors.
The father should be dead. The son struggled with college. They took different paths, at different schools, to an academic convergence that’s just the beginning for both. They’ll graduate together … Continued
2018 American studies graduates Morgan Vickers and Hannah Herzog share a common bond of uncovering the stories of people behind painful but important moments in history.
College of Arts & Sciences Dean Kevin Guskiewicz described the new Program in Environment, Ecology and Energy as “uniquely Carolina.” It was among several new initiatives that Guskiewicz and his … Continued
Carolina’s innovative learning techniques are featured in a May 6 online article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Traditional Teaching May Deepen Inequality. Can a Different Approach Fix It?” The … Continued
UNC’s new Creativity Hubs initiative has announced awards to campus research teams pursuing solutions to two of the world’s most pressing issues: the obesity epidemic and the global clean water … Continued
Maze Day invites K-12 students with visual impairments, along with their parents/guardians and teachers, to the computer science department to experience a wide variety of educational games and tools created … Continued
For high school senior Madeleine McCluer, completing her senior project was more than just a graduation requirement at Hickory High School in Hickory, North Carolina—for her, it was personal. In … Continued
Madelyn Percy’s work has taken her to Chile, France, Belize and Iceland. She has spent a total of 18 weeks in the Galapagos Archipelago studying soil fertility. At UNC-Chapel Hill, … Continued