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UNC’s Research Exceeds $1 Billion Annually for First Time

May 3, 2018

UNC has surpassed, for the first time, $1 billion in annual research expenditures, according to the nation’s annual Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) survey. This news continues UNC-Chapel Hill’s decade-long rise as one of the world’s top universities for … Read more

Need-based scholarships honor Bridge Builders

May 2, 2018

Chancellor Carol L. Folt has named 20 scholarships for “Bridge Builders,” individuals whose work, advocacy and personal example helped forge a more inclusive, unified and aspirational Carolina community. The need-based scholarships will recognize people who helped unite and strengthen the Carolina … Read more

$1 million Edge for Carolina students

May 2, 2018

Big Ten Conference Commissioner James Edward Delany and his family have given a $1 million to the Carolina Edge initiative, with $750,000 benefiting the Carolina Covenant and $250,000 to support law school students. Delany may be commissioner of the Big … Read more

Greetings from the chair

April 28, 2018

As this academic year and my term as the chair of ACRED come to a close, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on all of the positive things happening on campus and beyond.

Campaign Signature Initiative: a Global Mindset

April 27, 2018

There has never been more opportunity — or more need — to work across cultures to find solutions to global problems. Carolina aims to ensure that all students receive a substantive combination of knowledge, experiences and skills to be engaged and dynamic global citizens.

Carolina Mxle Scholars Program making a difference for men of color

April 27, 2018

Josiah Evans attended a public high school with students of all races. Even so, he says he’s grateful for Carolina’s Mxle Scholars Program — originally titled Men of Color Engagement — which works with the University’s minority males to try to foster a greater sense of belonging among them while addressing their graduation rates.

Stone Center launches seat naming campaign

October 16, 2017

The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History is undertaking an auditorium seat naming campaign to raise money towards completing the unfinished parts of the Center, and the Alumni Committee on Racial and Ethnic Diversity’s African American Subcommittee is helping to spread the word.

American Indian Center (075473)

May 17, 2016

The American Indian Center (AIC) is a university-wide service Center designed to advance the university’s mission of research, education and service with three primary goals: Leadership in American Indian scholarship and research Engagement with and service to Native Populations and … Read more