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New Review Now Online

How did we forget the man who brought UNC to national stature? The latest Review looks at the legacy of Harry Chase. It's now online; print copies will be on their way to members' mailboxes soon.

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Carolina Week in Virginia

Virginia Tar Heels and those nearby, each night during Oct. 20-24, your GAA will visit a different region of the commonwealth, bringing top-notch UNC professors ready to intrigue you.

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Stay Connected to Tar Heels

Tour Oakwood Cemetery or enjoy an evening with the Rotary Peace Fellows this fall with Beyond the Stone Walls events. This series brings Carolina to you to help you keep connected with your Tar Heel family.

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Celebrate Homecoming 2014

When you were in college, you'd never have gone home on a weekend like this one. It's Chapel Hill or bust for Carolina Homecoming 2014, Nov. 14-16. Registration is now open. Don't miss out on this epic weekend.

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Serve the World on Oct. 12

Show the world the incredible impact Tar Heels can make in just one day. Sign up today to #ServeCarolina on Oct. 12 for Tar Heel Service Day.

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Homecoming 2014 Autorenew Your Memebership


NIH, Other Research Funders Deliver $793 Million

Faculty brought in $792.7 million in research contracts and grants in fiscal 2014, up $14.9 million from a year earlier. The largest sources of funding for Carolina's research enterprise in 2014 came from the federal government, business and industry and foundations.

Nominations Sought for Teaching Awards

The University Committee on Teaching Awards is seeking nominations from alumni, students, faculty and staff members for several campuswide awards that will honor professors and graduate teaching assistants in a variety of categories.

McCrory to Deliver University Day Address

When the University celebrates its 221st birthday on Oct. 12, Pat McCrory will join many of North Carolina's 74 governors who have helped mark University Day.

Team of Students, Alumni Launches Ebola-Tracking Website

Requested by Liberia's minister of information, aims to provide the public with a transparent view of the country's Ebola statistics.

Noted Scholar to Speak About Political Dysfunction

Norman Ornstein, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, will speak about the nation's dysfunctional political system - and how to fix it - on Oct. 2 at UNC.

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