Undergraduate instruction will be paused Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 24 and Aug. 25, to give students time to transition to remote learning, campus leaders announced Thursday.
Michelle T. King’s research on culinary nationalism and Chinese cuisine lands at the intersection of gender, food, and transnational Chinese identities.
The shift comes after several reported clusters of positive COVID-19 cases over the past week.
UNC public policy fellows spent the summer analyzing the impact of the pandemic to the state of North Carolina.
Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. This month’s book: “Foundations of Global Health and Human Rights” by Benjamin Mason Meier.
A Junior EMT since she was 14, incoming first-year student Jayla Cobbs is joining the Carolina community to go deeper into the world of medicine.
Their interests range from neurodegenerative diseases to eating disorders to race, class and gender to playing and teaching jazz saxophone. Meet six of Carolina’s newest faculty members.