Funding Priority

Translating Ideas Into Reality

As a renowned global public research university, we aspire to lead the world in research, academic scholarship and creative endeavor. Our faculty and students must be equipped with the resources they need to be successful. Building the new UNC Institute for Convergent Science will provide the extraordinary facilities necessary to bring together scientists from across the University who will break through the boundaries of human knowledge to solve real-world problems in areas such as water scarcity, brain disease and new energy resources. Renovating Hill Hall is providing our music department with new space for teaching, learning and performing.

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    Student Support

    Recognizing Influential Initiatives

    Honoring the initiatives of a former dean

    Donor

    Preparing the next generation of energy leaders

    The Duke Energy Foundation funds Carolina programs that prepare future leaders for the energy workforce.

    Innovation

    Harnessing PRINT

    "I think at the end of the day, we learn the most from those we have the least in common with."

    Innovation

    Virtual Lung Project

    At UNC-Chapel Hill, a team of researchers, including Rich Superfine, see a path toward eliminating lung disease.

    Terry Rhodes

    Reimagining the Arts & Sciences For All Kind

    Terry Rhodes is a Carolina alumna, a proud parent of a recent Carolina graduate — and an internationally renowned singer. Now she is leading the oldest and largest school at UNC-Chapel Hill.

    Environment

    Climate Game-Changers

    Carolina undergraduates traveled to Ecuador to take a closer look at the Andes Mountains' carbon sink.