When music professor Mark Katz says he wants his students to have a hands-on learning experience, he means it.
The emails and text messages never stop, and Pam Lach knows neither can she.
North Carolina teachers are bringing foreign cultures to life for their students thanks to UNC-Chapel Hill and federal grants.
An airplane flight. A public address to more than 700 people. Meeting her city’s mayor and other public officials.
University photographer Dan Sears lets you in on life at Carolina with his annual video, The Year in Pictures. Whether celebrating the beginning of another fall semester, studying on Polk Place or turning a Carolina blue tassel, students experienced plenty of special moments in 2011. Celebrate the New Year by looking back at some of…
An HIV prevention research study led by UNC professor Myron S. Cohen, M.D., has been named the 2011 Breakthrough of the Year by the journal Science.
Studying Mandarin in Taipei to broaden research on Chinese-language cinema. Writing a full-length book of poetry. Pursuing a Ph.D. in English literature at Harvard University.
From the World Series of Dreidel to inviting school children for hands-on holiday crafts, Carolina celebrates the season with fun, service and reflection.
Army Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho has made history as the first nurse and first woman to become surgeon general of the Army.
Minrose Gwin spent years researching deep into the life of civil rights activist Medgar Evers for an academic project.