Category: Undergraduate Education
A new paper takes a look at key outcomes after the first year of the “College Thriving” course in the new IDEAs in Action curriculum. We chatted with co-author Abigail … Read more
The NASA astronaut and Tar Heel will address the Class of 2024 ahead of her first space flight later this year.
Sunita Agarwala is making the most of resources at both UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University through the joint department of biomedical engineering.
Beginning this fall, the College of Arts and Sciences’ department of applied physical sciences will offer a B.S. in applied sciences that connects engineering to the liberal arts.
Each semester, Be a Maker (BeAM) hosts a showcase of the innovations made possible by technologies and tools at Carolina’s makerspace network. Take a walk through last semester’s MakerFest in this … Read more
The center’s academic coaches, peer tutors and writing coaches are ready to help Tar Heels create a plan for a great semester ahead.
The dramatic art department’s undergraduate theater company returns this spring with “The Seagull” by Anton Chekov and the musical “Something Rotten,” produced in collaboration with the music department.
Inspired by memories in and beyond the classroom, a group of alumni work to honor the late professor Kimball King.
The Dec. 17 ceremony gave graduating Tar Heels a chance to reflect on their achievements, celebrate their hard work and think deeply about their future.
The winter graduate used funding from her Robinson Fellowship and skills she learned through her history coursework to study honeybees in the U.K.
McCoy, a December graduate, majored in political science and has a minor in social and economic justice to prepare her for the next step in her career: law school.
When the senior graduates on Dec. 17, she will do so with a double major in biology and neuroscience and her sights set on medical school.
Huebsch, who graduates on Dec. 17, followed her passion for creating climate change solutions to an extraordinary undergraduate experience as a chemistry major at Carolina.
The prestigious award fully funds a master’s program in global affairs at Beijing’s Tsinghua University.
Elisa Troncoso is inspired by the most fundamental displays of humanity in her writing. The first-year student is the winner of this year’s prestigious Thomas Wolfe Scholarship.
Funding from the state legislature has boosted an economic development project in western North Carolina centered on outdoor recreation. UNC faculty and students have been providing expertise to the collaborative … Read more
Jeff Olander’s experiences at BeAM inspired him to create Accessibility in Making (AiM), a collaborative community of disabled Makers working together to solve accessibility problems.
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.
This first-year Covenant Scholar from Ashe County rang up groceries while pursuing her college dream.
As an instructor with the Innovation Mobile Lab, Fiona Chen uses cool experiments to spark interest in scientific careers.