Media Center

 

The UNC Media Center provides central access to all published feature stories, system news, and press releases. Our archive holds a great deal of information about the accomplishments of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Feature Stories

We’re proud of the work of our 17 campuses and affiliate institutions in providing the best possible instruction, research, and outreach to benefit the state and beyond. Take a look at some of the stories highlighting system accomplishments, initiatives, and people.

Across the System News

Read news from across the UNC system that reflects institutional priorities.

Press Releases

View our most recent announcements and access the press release archives.

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Top Stories

UNC ASHEVILLE’S NEW MAKER SPACE COMBINES EFFORTS OF ENGINEERING, ARTS STUDENTS

Full STEAM Ahead

UNC Asheville

UNC Asheville’s new maker space combines efforts of engineering, arts students

It would be easy to consider the University of North Carolina at Asheville’s first-ever team competing at... more

Five UNC campuses learn about African culture, music, sustainability from Nile Project

A River Runs Through It

Five UNC campuses learn about African culture, music, sustainability from Nile Project

The Nile River is the longest in the world, but unfortunately, many University of North Carolina students... more

Latest News

Professor Mullen’s Impact

Professor Mullen’s Impact

The State of Black Asheville Research Spurs Buncombe County Commissioners into Action

Ten years after research into The State of Black Asheville began, that ongoing UNC Asheville student research project has made headlines, coming from...

 

Thinking about your future may make you less trusting and more critical of others

Thinking about your future may make you less trusting and more critical of others

Appalachian State University’s Dr. Andrew Monroe is a psychologist in the College of Arts and Sciences who studies people’s moral and social judgments.

 

In slam poetry competitions, a poet’s performance begins the instant they address the audience, whether with words or their eyes. It’s an unspoken “in”—the indication that they’ve entered the poet’s world and are now along for the ride.

5 ways virtual reality is flipping the script on screenwriting

In slam poetry competitions, a poet’s performance begins the instant they address the audience, whether with words or their eyes. It’s an unspoken “in”—the indication that they’ve entered the poet’s world and are now along for the ride....