Wayne Blair, Nationally Recognized Ombuds Leader, Shares Expertise in South Africa

Wayne Blair, Nationally Recognized Ombuds Leader, Shares Expertise in South Africa

The University Ombuds Office offers all members of the Carolina community a safe space for talking through tough problems and concerns. The office was established in 2005 as a result of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor’s Task Force for a Better Workplace, designed to improve working conditions for all Carolina employees.... Read More

UNC Hosts Arts and Humanities Delegation from King’s College London

UNC Hosts Arts and Humanities Delegation from King’s College London

Carolina welcomed King’s College London’s Russell Goulbourne, dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and Raphael Woolf, vice dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, to campus in early April to discuss ongoing collaborations in the arts, social sciences and humanities. The long-standing partnership between UNC and King's began in 2005.
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UNC Hosts Inaugural Europe Week at Carolina, April 18-26

UNC Hosts Inaugural Europe Week at Carolina, April 18-26

The Center for European Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host an inaugural “Europe Week at Carolina” from April 18 to 26. This week-long series of free events invites the campus and local community to explore the people, places and politics of contemporary Europe. Europe Week festivities include traditional panel... Read More

UNC Student Organizations Provide Creative Outlets, Unique Learning Opportunities

UNC Student Organizations Provide Creative Outlets, Unique Learning Opportunities

There are any number of ways for students to go global at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill. Study abroad and service learning in communities across the world are one way for Carolina students to expand their campus, but students are also enriching their academic careers right here in Chapel Hill.
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Out and About: LGBTQ Abroad

Out and About: LGBTQ Abroad

For many who identify as LGBTQ, the prospect of studying abroad can seem both incredibly enriching and downright terrifying. UNC linguistics major and Phillips Ambassador Grant King ’17 weighs in on how to navigate the world as an LGBTQ-identified person.
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