"The coronavirus is a serious threat that must be met with a bias toward the safety and well-being of our campus while maintaining the University’s teaching, research and service mission."
Potential relief to the coronavirus pandemic.
Carolina alumni and friends are stepping up to help Tar Heels affected by the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, March 16, Dr. Melissa Miller and her team began testing patients for COVID-19 at UNC Medical Center.
"It was the right thing to do, and I felt that calling to help people around the world.”
Jacky Zheng’s parents blazed an unlikely trail to bring their children a better life. Inspired by their sacrifices and ingenuity, he has learned to light the way for others.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has been developing leaders of a bright new world for 100 years.
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.
"He is deeply committed to our University and its mission, prioritizing student success, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and addressing the critical needs of North Carolina and the world."
Katie Ziglar ’79 has always chased what lay beyond life’s boundaries. She hopes to redefine them for the Ackland.
“Your collective spirits are bigger than any adversity we can face.”
A drug with potential to treat COVID-19 symptoms is moving to human clinical trials.
Food Lion donates to UNC Health for COVID-19 research.
“Urgent need for experienced health care professionals across our state.”
Lessons learned in cramped quarters
Equipment and expertise come from across campus to help UNC Health fight COVID-19
Rethinking plastics, with a focus on sustainability
Connecting our community online
Tips and advice for schooling at home
COVID-19 impact on food systems
Learning about a crisis during a crisis.
“We wanted to lessen that burden.”