This year more than 240,000 men will be diagnosed with new cases of prostate cancer and more than 33,000 men will die from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. With that statistic in mind, Joe DeSimone, a chemistry professor at…
Karol Kain Gray, vice president for finance and administration at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, N.Y., has been recommended to become Carolina’s new vice chancellor for finance and administration.
Chancellor Holden Thorp ’86…
In a program marking the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a former member of the federal Department of Homeland Security will speak at Carolina on Sept. 12.
The free public program will be one of numerous events at UNC and N.C. State and Duke…
23,733 applied for admission
7,450, or 31.3 percent, were admitted
3,990, or 53.5 percent, are expected to enroll
58 percent female, 42 percent male
18.3 percent of those enrolling are the first in…
Vince Carter ’99 has made a $2.5 million donation to the Carolina basketball program.
The gift is the largest to date to what is known as the Basketball Family Fund, which supports the operating endowment for the men’s basketball program.
Chancellor Holden Thorp ’86 has named a 13-member search committee to recommend candidates to become the next director of athletics. Committee members include representatives of the Rams Club, trustees, faculty and administrators, athletics…
The Carolina Alumni Review has earned a Silver Award in the most recent Best Articles of the Year category of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s national awards program.
Beth McNichol ’95 wrote the winning entry,…
Chancellor Holden Thorp ’86, in an interview Thursday with The News & Observer, said he had learned about two months ago that then-head football coach Butch Davis had offered Davis’ son, Drew, a football scholarship without consulting…
Dear Carolina Colleagues and Students:
My decision last week to ask head football coach Butch Davis to step down was difficult. I think it was the right decision, and I wanted to let you know why I made that call.
Throughout the NCAA…
Endeavors, the University’s 27-year-old award-winning magazine that covers research on the campus, is an early victim of the some $80 million UNC will lose as a result of state budget cuts.
The magazine, which is published three times…