In writing about the 2016 president election, Ferrel Guillory’s students have been “prone to write that this is ‘unprecedented,’ ‘one of a kind,’ ‘never before,’ and I tell them, ‘Hold on, history flows … hardly anything is totally unique, totally…
Beginning with a brief look back at the status of diversity at UNC 50 years ago, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Undergraduate Admissions Stephen Farmer lead an informative session showing how diversity is represented at Carolina today.
This session will showcase some of the creativity emanating from across the College of Arts and Sciences. You will see and share in the excellence of the environment in which students and faculty thrive at Carolina.
Carolina, like many public universities, faces a critical challenge today: how to sustain the quality of faculty and facilities and keep costs affordable for students and their families. Tuition has increased significantly over the past two decades.
How different is student life today as compared to Carolina in the 1960s? Discover the differences and similarities in the “Carolina experience” across the generations when we assemble a select panel of alumni and current students.
Q&A from Dick Baddour ’66, Tom Lambeth ’57, Bill Harrison ’66 and Gene Nichol as they discuss the lives of these UNC giants and the impact they had on Carolina, the state and the nation.
Panelists Provost Jim Dean, AD Bubba Cunningham, Faculty Athletics Committee Chair Joy Renner and Faculty Athletics Representative Lissa Broome discuss academics and athletics at Carolina and reform efforts in intercollegiate athletics.
The GAA invited five UNC professors and two additional political observers to talk about this election year’s candidates and issues at play on what WUNC-FM’s Leoneda Inge, as moderator, called “What’s Up Wednesday.”
Stuart E. Eizenstat ’64 shared how his experiences at Carolina helped shape and continues to impact his extraordinary career.