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Kevin Guskiewicz named 12th chancellor of UNC-Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina System Interim President Bill Roper today named Kevin M. Guskiewicz as the 12th chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Guskiewicz, who has served as interim chancellor at UNC-Chapel Hill, will assume this new role effective immediately. He is former dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.

The Asian studies department celebrated the launch of the Korean studies major with Korean cultural performances on Nov. 1.

University adds Korean studies major

Korean studies majors will take Korean language courses as well as courses in Korean culture, literature, history and politics.

Carolina alumni named Schwarzman Scholars

The master’s degree program supports study at China’s prestigious Tsinghua University and bridges the academic and professional worlds to educate students about leadership and China’s expanding role in the world.

Two alumnae named recipients of Marshall Scholarship

Anne Sutton, a 2018 graduate with degrees in music and geography, and Olivia Holder, who earned a bachelor’s degree in history in 2018, are Carolina’s 19th and 20th Marshall Scholars.

Spring 2020 Cohort

Six undergraduates selected as UNC Phillips Ambassadors for study in Asia

Six undergraduates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have been selected as Phillips Ambassadors for study abroad programs in Asia in 2020. Two scholarship recipients will study in Singapore, two in Taiwan, one in South Korea and one in Thailand.

RC Orlan

A Diamond Heel returns to campus to earn his degree

When RC Orlan signed his first professional contract with the Washington Nationals in 2012, he made a promise to himself that he would return to Carolina to finish his degree. He will fulfill that promise this weekend.

Selina Zhang

Graduating senior snags a prestigious role at Amazon

Selina Zhang’s risky decision to change her major toward the end of her junior year paid off. She snagged a job as a software engineer at tech giant Amazon and will start her career in Seattle after she graduates on Dec. 15.

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