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.

Connect

Call or email the Communications staff to submit a media inquiry or interview request or ask us about a story published on our website.

Top Stories

Our Most Majestic Classroom

Learning and Local Economy Blossom at The North Carolina Arboretum

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2019 Digital Learning Initiative (DLI) Symposium

Hello, Привет, and New Collaborative Spaces

Symposium Highlights Innovative Uses of Teaching Technologies

Professors can have a difficult time planning to co-teach a course with a colleague in another department: orchestrating schedules, arranging funding, coordinating lecture... more

Latest News

The Department of Construction Management’s Dr. George Wang is researching the feasibility of using recycled concrete and other alternative materials to make new concrete. (Photo by Cliff Hollis)

CONCRETE SOLUTIONS: Project tests concrete mixes using recycled materials

An East Carolina University construction management professor and a local construction company have teamed up in search of a solution to a problem facing the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT).

 

Students in CARS' Visual Merchandising and Product Presentation class had 30 minutes to style a mannequin in spring fashion using clothing and accessories at local second-hand retailer Bargain Box.

Students style for thrift-store chic

On a recent Tuesday afternoon, one of Greensboro’s most popular boutique thrift stores was transformed into the Spartan version of “Project Runway.” Students in the ...

 

Appalachian biology professor Dr. Shea Tuberty and former FEMA Administrator Brock Long discuss how developing a culture of preparedness fosters resiliency

The case for resiliency

Appalachian biology professor Dr. Shea Tuberty and former FEMA Administrator Brock Long discuss how developing a culture of preparedness fosters resiliency.

 

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