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Today is GiveUNC!

Today is GiveUNC! Show your support for the students, faculty and programs that make Carolina a place like no other. Make a gift today!

Julianne Davis stands in a river in waders

Testing the waters

Geological sciences doctoral student Julianne Davis studies the movement of mud and sand through subarctic rivers and lakes

PPE Reading Group members stand together and smile at the camera in Gourmet Kingdom restaurant.

Discussing big ideas around the table

Undergraduate student reading groups, hosted by the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program, meet weekly to discuss challenging topics over noodles and dumplings.

Spring flowers flank the Bell Tower.

2023-2024 Creativity Hubs finalists selected

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to announce five finalists for this year’s Creativity Hubs seed-funding competition. The interdisciplinary teams include researchers from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Ethics Bowl team members stand side by side smiling at the camera.

Ethics Bowl team takes national title

Carolina’s coach said he couldn’t be prouder of the “intellectual studs” who won the intercollegiate championship.

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$10 Million Gift Seeks to Ignite a ‘Humanities Renaissance’ at UNC-Chapel Hill

A major gift from UNC-Chapel Hill alumnus Stephen H. Israel ’66, Vice Chairman Emeritus of Korn Ferry, will provide full Honors Carolina scholarships for undergraduate students pursuing a major in the humanities.


Digitally preserving Nepal’s ancient Swayambhu Temple

Last October, a team from UNC made up of Lauren Leve, an associate professor of religious studies, and Jim Mahaney, a research scientist in the department of computer science, traveled to Nepal to start the process of capturing the data needed to create an accurate 3D model of the Swayambhu Temple complex.

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