Campus Updates

NC Native Nation leaders attend higher education forum

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt on Thursday signed a resolution with tribal leaders from the eight North Carolina Native Nations resolving to continue and strengthen the University’s commitment to research, education and service with those Native Nations. The signing marked the culmination of the first annual Forum on the Role of Higher Education in…

Early voting on campus begins Oct. 23

The early voting period for the November general election begins Thursday, Oct. 23. The deadline to register for the November general election has passed, but all voters who are already registered can visit early voting sites in their counties. If you are registered to vote in Orange County, there are five early voting sites. The…

Message from Chancellor Carol L. Folt

Dear Carolina Community, Earlier today, Kenneth Wainstein, a former federal prosecutor, released the findings of his independent investigation into academic irregularities at Carolina. You may view the report at carolinacommitment.unc.edu. I recognize that the past few years have been challenging for our community, but today we have a full picture of what happened. I am…

Message from Chancellor Carol L. Folt

Dear Carolina Community, I want to be the first to let you know that this Wednesday at 1 p.m., Kenneth Wainstein, a former federal prosecutor whom we retained to investigate past academic irregularities at Carolina, will publicly release his report. At that event, UNC President Tom Ross and I will share our reactions to the…

Innovative science key to making sports safer, UNC’s Guskiewicz says

Sports can be made safer through innovative science, the University of North Carolina’s Kevin Guskiewicz said at a campus lecture before Saturday’s home football game. “Innovative science can be a game changer,” said Guskiewicz, a leading expert on sport-related concussions. Guskiewicz is a Kenan Distinguished Professor, co-director of the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury…

Cahoon receives Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering

James F. Cahoon, an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has received a 2014 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering, awarded to highly creative researchers early in in their careers. The award from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation is for $875,000 over five years. UNC-Chapel Hill has…

Liquid Galaxy puts Davis Library on the map

UNC-Chapel Hill students who want to visit the Great Barrier Reef, the Louvre or even the moon can now do so without leaving campus. Thanks to a new Liquid Galaxy display system on the second floor of Davis Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, visitors can call up any Google Earth…

Tar Heel Downtown returns Oct. 18

Tar Heel Downtown, a pregame fan experience, is once again coming to Downtown Chapel Hill on Oct. 18, along West Franklin Street near the Plaza at 140 West. The free event — featuring a live outdoor concert, family fun activities and the Marching Tar Heels — will take place at 4 p.m., three hours prior…

Join the fun on Employee Appreciation Day

We want to celebrate you! Please join us on Friday, Oct. 17, for Carolina’s annual Employee Appreciation Day. Come “Kick Up Your Heels!” at the Student Union and the Pit that day, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., and give us the chance to recognize the many ways you make Carolina special every day. We…