The 4th annual Diversity THINKposium will be held Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Friday Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. This year theme will be “Microaggressions.”
In this Well Said podcast, sociology professor Charles Kurzman from the College of Arts and Sciences discusses terrorism and his research on the small number of Muslim-Americans who join militant … Continued
Andrea Barnes, a second-year student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been selected as the University’s first recipient of the Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows Program, a … Continued
Associate professor Renee Alexander Craft, the acting director of the Southern Oral History Program, was awarded a Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship, for her project Digital Portobelo.
For many who identify as LGBTQ, the prospect of studying abroad can seem both incredibly enriching and downright terrifying. How can I know whether I’ll enjoy my experience in another … Continued
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks ninth among the nation’s best public universities for African Americans, according to MONEY and Essence magazines.
“Our mission is to empower women to achieve what they want and become successful,” Rahhal said. “We really hope that with this conference it will really give them a platform … Continued
For Kiran Singh Sirah ’13, finding common ground through storytelling is the foundation for peace.
Lead plaintiff in Blackhorse v. Pro-Football Inc. to give keynote address at April 1 Native Leaders Symposium
“Historical Trauma and Healing: the Fourth Annual Native Leaders Symposium” will be held April 1 at the Carolina Inn, and the public is invited to attend.
Senior Jenny Hughes’ research focuses on the effects of hunger on the foraging behavior of mud crabs within the presence of predators that sit higher up in the food chain.
A reading of playwright Paul Green’s 1927 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama will take place in UNC’s Paul Green Theatre and be followed by a panel discussion.
The controversial public image of Vladimir Putin was the subject of Henry Hale’s Feb. 26 lecture “Why Do Russians Love Putin, Or Do They Really?” at the University of North … Continued
Despite fears that higher education in the United States is in decline, CNN host Fareed Zakaria told a packed auditorium at UNC-Chapel Hill that he is extremely optimistic about the … Continued
Biology major Mike Artov discusses his path to UNC and what it takes to be a successful student.
Lourdes Diaz-Gonzalez, a communication major with a studio art minor, describes how transferring to UNC has helped her pursue her dreams of dance and more.
Daron Holman (mathematics ’15), who was a first generation college student, talks about the Bonner Leadership program and how it has impacted his life.
Trethewey comes to campus as the 2016 Frank B. Hanes Writer-in-Residence. She’ll participate in panel events on March 21 and 23.
Although the conversation of diversity in STEM has long been a focus of departments and groups around campus, the conference was the first opportunity for faculty and staff to have … Continued
North Carolina’s 800,000 Latinos represent the fastest-growing segment of the population and a significant potential market for the housing industry, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill … Continued
A six-day long conference-festival called “Telling Our Stories of Home” will bring together faculty, activists, and performers to workshop, present and engage with feminist discourses of home.