Category: Media & News
For more than 8,000 students, this week is the start of their Tar Heel journeys. For thousands more, it’s a return to the place they’ve learned to love.
Zijie Yan, associate professor of applied physical sciences, is using light to tackle significant challenges in the field of nanoscience.
Her work to help detect neutrinoless double beta decay could help explain why there is significantly more matter than antimatter in the universe
To expand UNC-Chapel Hill’s capacity to pursue team science, the Office of Research Development (ORD) fosters collaboration, accelerates innovation, and supports groundbreaking discoveries.
At the UNC Summer Jazz Workshop, recent, current and incoming Carolina music students grow as educators and showcase the music department.
The inaugural cohort of Southern Futures Undergraduate Fellows is paving the way for generations of Tar Heels interested in deeply engaging with the South through student-led research and community-driven activism.
Rising junior Rose Houck uses knowledge from her biology and applied data science courses to research water quality and flood resiliency issues.
Since the fall of 2021, Jim Hirschfield’s wood sculpture class in the art and art history department and the Carolina Tree Heritage have given downed trees on Carolina’s campus new … Read more
Victoria Wlosok signed a book deal for her young adult thriller with a “big five” publisher when she was still a first-year student at UNC. On Sept. 19, her work … Read more
The seed grants are designed to jump start collaborations around interdisciplinary research in data science. Researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences are represented on all six proposals.
The awards provide U.S. undergraduates scholarships of up to $25,000 and graduate students fellowships of up to $30,000 to study less commonly taught languages in areas of the world that … Read more
Recent graduate Parisa Vahid balanced her studies and senior thesis with a dream job as a member of the Carolina Hurricanes staff. She’ll keep cheering on the team as they … Read more
Senior Austin Foushee’s commitment to the National High School Ethics Bowl has helped encourage the next generation of deep thinkers and inspired the program’s first alumni scholarship.
Knowing neutrinos: A Carolina junior is part of the hunt for one of physics’ most sought-after discoveries
In advance of UNC’s Celebration of Undergraduate Research on April 26, we caught up with junior Sarah Vickers who will be presenting her work as part of the Gruszko lab … Read more
A Ph.D. student in the philosophy department, Delaney Thull’s work with the Parr Center helps make ethics accessible to all.
A fifth-year social psychology Ph.D. student, Jieni Zhou researches the intersection of well-being and romantic relationships.
A costume production MFA student in the dramatic art department, Jocelyn Chatman makes performances come alive.
The civil rights lawyer and leader of the Equal Justice Initiative will address the Class of 2023 on May 14.
Music students Nuria Shin and Casey Mentch asked Tar Heels which songs they listen to when it is time to hit the books.
Friends, professors and fascinating coursework helped guide senior Alice Bennett to the most meaningful aspects of her Carolina experience –– and a degree in American studies.