When Carolina alumnus Sheldon Peck and his wife, Leena, gifted a rare collection of 17th-century European masterworks — including seven Rembrandts — to the Ackland Art Museum, it became the nation’s first public university art museum to own a collection of Rembrandt drawings and one of only two universities to do so.
"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"
UNC WHO Collaborating Center is part of an international effort aimed at saving millions of lives within the next 15 years.
“...the most exciting discovery that I’ve been involved with.”
“We are excited to be making this medical device a reality.”
“In my opinion, Carolina’s PPE program is among the nation’s best because not only do we bring together some of the world’s authorities in each discipline to move scholarship forward, we create an environment for students to thrive and then support them in defining their career paths through internships, assistantships and fellowships.”
The disorder can last a lifetime.
"Everything we do begins and ends with a patient in mind."
“...we are repelled by injustice. We are curious...”
“New discoveries are made because someone does not accept something as an incontrovertible truth.”
"It's all because of them."
"At Carolina... I wanted to make an impact..."
"UNC really inspired me and allowed me to be creative and innovative..."
Sophie Steiner, lying in bed on the fifth floor of UNC Children's Hospital, asked her parents for one last thing...
"It brings more texture to the portrait of one of the most esteemed leaders the University has known..."
"I could not pass up the opportunity here to make the world a better place..."