Provost Christopher Clemens told the Faculty Council that "not only is speech important, but, more broadly, stakeholders should trust the University to govern itself and to focus on research and teaching without imposing political agendas on the enterprise.” Photo:
UNC/Jon Gardiner '98
The UNC Faculty Council passed a resolution Sept. 9 asking University administrators and the Board of Trustees to affirm faculty members’ right to speak publicly about issues related to their research as long as they do not indicate they are…
The University accepted on March 10 the resignation of Terry Magnuson as UNC’s vice chancellor for research. He will remain on the faculty at the School of Medicine.
The resignation is the result of a report posted March 8 by the Office of…
Frank Leibfarth made Popular Science magazine’s 2021 Brilliant 10 roster, recognizing early-career scientists with the potential to transform the world with innovative approaches to key issues.
Malinda Maynor Lowery ’02 (’05 PhD), director of UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South and a professor of history, is leaving Chapel Hill to become the Cahoon Family Professor in American history at Emory University this…
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was awarded tenure as the Knight Chair in race and investigative journalism at the Hussman School of Journalism and Media by the UNC Board of Trustees in a special session.