Memorial Hall has hosted world-renowned performers and elegant ceremonies throughout her long and storied history.
Location: Genome Science Building
Description: Sustainability is a core value and top-level priority at Carolina. Success depends on each of us taking an active role. Be the leader in your workplace by learning practical steps to become more economically, environmentally, and socially responsible. This workshop will help participants identify, measure, and promote sustainable change opportunities in their areas. Participants will […]
Location: Genome Sciences Building
Contact: UNC Library
Description: Target Audience: Investigators, trainees, research administrators, postdocs, graduate students, and other research staff in all scientific disciplines Fall 2013 Sessions: 12 – 1 PM (30-minute informational sessions followed by Q & A) Genome Sciences Building, Room 010 Thursday, November 14: Finding Funding Friday, November 22: Citation Managers: EndNote and Mendeley Monday, November 25: Reputation […]
Location: Boshamer Stadium
Contact: UNC Athletics
Location: Van Hecke-Wettach Hall
Description: Trip Van Noppen, environmental attorney and President of Earthjustice, has become widely known for his work in federal environmental policy. Earthjustice is a non-profit public interest law organization dedicated to “protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment”. Previously, Trip directed […]
Location: George Watts Hill Alumni Center
Contact: Ann-Louise Aguiar
Description: For more information, visit http://alumni.unc.edu/article.aspx?sid=7980.
Location: Memorial Hall
Contact: Music Department
Description: The UNC Symphony Orchestra (Tonu Kalam, music director) is joined by UNC voice Professor Louise Toppin for performances of R. Strauss’s Three Brentano Lieder and Braunfels’ Prelude and Prologue of the Nightingale from Die Vögel in addition to the Bach-Walton Suite from The Wise Virgins and Copland’s Suite from The Tender Land. Part of the UNC […]