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In the “Silicon Revolution” Maymester course, undergraduate students with a passion for entrepreneurship learn from Carolina alumni who have made their mark in the Bay Area.
In April 2023, three Carolina researchers traveled to New Zealand to work on a first-of-its-kind NASA satellite project that will measure the planet’s entire water supply.
A decade-long, UNC-led archaeological dig at Huqoq in Israel has revolutionized our understanding of ancient Jewish religious and cultural life.
Bloomberg Chairman Peter T. Grauer stressed the personal and professional value of relationships and the critical thinking skills he gained in his Carolina liberal arts education at the Frey Lecture on Sept. 12.
What does it take to make a great magazine cover? Planning, patience and lots of confetti! Go behind the scenes for the making of the magazine cover.
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.
Donors share why they gave to the Arts and Sciences Fund during the Campaign for Carolina.
The center provides personalized academic coaching and resources to help students from all backgrounds and abilities succeed in and out of the classroom.
Thanks to private support for scholarships and fellowships throughout the campaign, Honors Carolina enhanced its ability to provide students with world-class learning opportunities.
Patricia Rosenmeyer takes the helm as the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies celebrates 20 years.
The Campaign for Carolina wrapped up in December having raised over $764 million for the College. Read this Q&A with Jim White and Anne Collins about the campaign -- plus other stories.
A Carolina alumna has sparked a successful economic revitalization effort in Star, North Carolina, by transforming an old textile mill into an arts and small business incubator.
A new general education curriculum launched this fall at Carolina and is designed to support students as they engage in their communities and the world.
Jim White, the College’s new dean, is a climate scientist and a consensus-builder.
Religious studies scholar Waleed Ziad and UNC librarian Rustin Zarkar traveled to the Afghanistan-Pakistan border to work with local communities on digitizing endangered Sufi archives.