Carolina and N.C. State are launching a joint online program for people who have been hired to teach in N.C. schools but haven’t yet been fully certified to work in classrooms. The program is intended read more...
Seven-time Michelin winner returns to Chapel Hill While Greensboro is only 50 miles from Chapel Hill, busing tables at the local Chi-Chi’s is culinary light years away from directing the cuisine of the historic Carolina read more...
The University is helping launch a new alliance that aims to make a college degree possible for more students, regardless of their ability to pay. The effort — the American Talent Initiative, which is being read more...
A tiny tab of LSD on the tongue can produce a daylong trip through hallucinations and assorted other psychedelic experiences. Researchers at UNC’s School of Medicine have discovered precisely what the drug lysergic acid diethylamide read more...
With the close of the final deadline for admission for fall 2017, the University has achieved a 12th consecutive record for freshman applications. The 40,792 applications received as of Jan. 18 reflects an increase of read more...
A senior and a 2015 Carolina graduate have been selected for the Schwarzman Scholars program, a China-based scholarship modeled after the Rhodes Scholarship and founded by Blackstone co-founder and CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman. Jialing “LingLing” read more...
A Carolina senior’s pioneering undergraduate research has earned him a Churchill Scholarship, a research-focused award that provides funding to American students for a year of master’s study in science, mathematics and engineering at Churchill College read more...
A major collection of Dutch and Flemish drawings — including seven works by Rembrandt van Rijn — highlight the Ackland Art Museum’s largest-ever gift. On Wednesday, Dr. Sheldon Peck ’63 and his wife, Leena, unveiled read more...
A professor who translates research into real-world innovations and a dean who champions nonpartisan service to the state’s leaders were honored Friday with the GAA’s Faculty Service Award. The GAA Board of Directors presented the read more...
Look back on more than 100 years of the Carolina Alumni Review in our digital magazine archive, dating back to 1912. Immerse yourself in the rich history and fascinating stories of this place and its people: http://unc.live/2k4KipQ
From the Carolina Alumni Review: North Carolina has been outpacing the national average in opioid addiction problems, which have been increasing steadily throughout the country over the past 10 years. A new research initiative at #UNC aims to combat that by reducing barriers to physicians treating opioid use disorders in rural areas of the state. http://unc.live/2lPvLPA
The spectacular Victoria Falls, a sunset Zambezi River cruise, Chobe National Park’s abundant wildlife and more await you on our 2017 Africa's Wildlife trip, May 21-June 3. Book today to reserve your spot on the adventure of a lifetime: http://unc.live/2ghD4cw
From the breathtaking Amalfi Coast to eternal Rome, through the gentle Umbrian and Tuscan countryside to timeless Venice, this wide-ranging tour showcases ancient sites, contemporary life, priceless art, and beautiful natural scenery. Explore Italy with us, May 9-25. Book your getaway today: http://unc.live/2gVBnkR.
North Carolina Happs With Heels
FEB 16, Chapel Hill: Dinner With Faculty. Dine with Jeff Cornell and 11 other Heels at The Carolina Club. http://unc.live/2lck2Ki
FEB 18, Raleigh: UNC vs. UVA Party. All the cheers plus craft beers. #GDTBATH growlers to the first 75 GAA members. http://bit.ly/2kmHdCf
FEB 21, Chapel Hill: Oscars Preview. Carolina blue carpet. The Varsity. Film. Popcorn. Ballots. http://unc.live/2ksUMee
FEB 23, Wherever You Are: Career Webinar. Tips and tricks of getting back into the workforce. GAA member exclusive. http://unc.live/2lLynu3
FEB 28, Concord: Tasteful Affair. Cabarrus Brew Co. Rick Steinbacher ’93. #GDTBATH glasses to first 50 GAA members. http://bit.ly/2lfDtle
MARCH 23, Greensboro: Swarm With Us. Greensboro Swarm vs. Salt Lake City Stars. Meet and greet w/ Marcus Paige ’16. http://bit.ly/2kOQBNg
Whether it's the beautiful brick paths or the people we meet while walking them, the reasons to love this University are endless. Help us spread the love today, and share your photos of what (or who) made you fall #HeadOverHeels for Carolina, and be sure to tag us, @UNCGAA. We’ll pick three winners, announced tomorrow, who get a pair of Carolina koozies mailed right to their doorstep. #TARgram
It's Hinton James Day--We're spending the day celebrating Carolina's first student, Hinton James, and all of Carolina's Firsts. Come out tonight and see what Hinton James would have enjoyed for dinner during his time at UNC from 5-8 p.m. at Chase Dining Hall in Rams Head Plaza. Find out more at alumni.unc.edu/hintonjames
Embark on an unforgettable adventure into the dramatic alpine landscapes of the Canadian Rockies, June 23-July 1. In this scenic paradise, breathe in crisp mountain air, feel the spray of waterfalls, and trek across the centuries-old Columbia Icefield. Book today: http://unc.live/2acl2uB
You're Invited: Dinner With Faculty This Thursday Night.
Engage with faculty on a more intimate level and ask those questions you’ve been eager to pose. Dine with Jeff Cornell, senior lecturer in the Department of Dramatic Art, and 11 other Tar Heels at The Carolina Club, Feb. 16, at 6:30 p.m. This is the one opportunity where discussing religion and politics at the dinner table is perfectly acceptable. GAA members save $15 on this dinner. Book this experience: http://unc.live/2jkYXKg
Young Alumni: Enjoy the bustle of world-class cities and the beauty of wine country. Sample local specialties in San Francisco and Berkeley. Indulge in rich wines, olive oils and cheeses in Napa and Sonoma. Join us, June 30-July 5, for our tour through San Francisco and the California wine country. Book your trip today: http://unc.live/2gQLOr4
Collectible Covers: For every GAA member who loves The University of North Carolina, a Carolina Alumni Review cover reproduction is the perfect way to enhance your home or office. Pick your favorite cover, and order yours today: http://unc.live/2iK3TGC
Caution: Reading this University Gazette profile of The Carolina Inn Executive Chef Brandon Sharp ’97, a seven-time Michelin star winner, may induce hunger pangs. http://unc.live/2kc7cHg
If it does, get his recipe for Char siu bao (barbecued pork buns) that he shared in the in the Carolina Alumni Review’s July/August 2014 food issue: http://bit.ly/2l0QzCD
Hark the sound, y'all. Campus is for the birds. GAA members: Looking to try something new this weekend? Grab your camera, and catch our 'How to Shoot Birds at Home' tutorial. This flew out of our Carolina on the Wing story in the Nov/Dec issue of the Review. Remember all those pretty bird photos? Jason Smith '94, the author and photographer of this piece, shot most of those photos right from his office window on campus. https://alumni.unc.edu/news/carolina-on-the-wing/
From the Carolina Alumni Review: #UNC and N.C. State are launching a joint online program for people who have been hired to teach in N.C. schools but haven’t yet been fully certified to work in classrooms. http://unc.live/2l1I3mL
Students and soon-to-be grads: Capture the flavor of the cities and the beauty of the countryside, climb the Eiffel Tower, then bask under the Grecian sun, sample the delicacies and specialties of Germany, England, France, Brussels, Holland, Austria, Belgium, Italy – Europe, in all its splendor, awaits. Join us on our Essential Europe trip for students, May 23-June 9. Book today: http://unc.live/2fZEf1g
Wake up. Put some spirit on (no matter what). Eye March 4 on the calendar. // Thanks so much for this epic photo from 2nd Lieutenant Will Collette '15, rocking his GAA member socks. #UNCAlumni alumni.unc.edu
In 1986, as he was retiring as president of the UNC System, the GAA bestowed on Bill '48 (LLB) and Ida '47 (MPH) Friday our Distinguished Service Medal. They were quite a couple who served the University in so many ways for so many years. Read about the award and their service in the Summer 1986 Carolina Alumni Review: http://bit.ly/2k8gSYu
Our condolences to Mrs. Friday's family and friends.