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    ‘Doing our very best’

    Teams across the University are working tirelessly to prepare for the return to campus. Here’s a look at some of what’s happening.

  • #GDTBATH: Josh Howard and Cameron Torrey.

    #GDTBATH: Josh Howard and Cameron Torrey

    Josh Howard and Cameron Torrey have spent the summer preparing and organizing the annual Week of Welcome to help incoming first-year and transfer students become acquainted with their new home.

  • Massey Award winner Carol Womack sits on a bench in front of flowers.

    Shining example

    Massey Award winner Carol Womack’s path took her from a Jamaican farm through some hard times and to a new life in North Carolina.

  • A collage of students wearing face masks.

    Protecting the Carolina community

    We will need everyone’s help to keep the Tar Heel community safe this semester, and covering your mouth and nose is the best thing you can do to reduce the viral spread.

  • Students wearing masks in front of South Building

    Masks, masks and more masks

    365体育足球滚球比分With new research identifying the nose as the coronavirus’s main entry point, Carolina experts offer tips on best masks, best fit and best practices.

  • Massey Award winner Patti Wilkinson poses at the Old Well.

    The beating heart of the chancellor’s office

    Massey Award winner Patti Wilkinson inspires with her warmth, problem-solving skills and knack for grace under pressure.

  • A student watches a class on a laptop.

    Carolina Away to support incoming students in transition to college life

    The program will allow incoming first-year and transfer students to take courses entirely online and participate in remote small-group experiences with classmates, faculty and staff through a digital-first framework.

  • Raw vegetables on a plate.

    From garden to table

    365体育足球滚球比分Edible Campus UNC is publishing a new cookbook that features the food grown in its 11 campus gardens to help students, faculty and staff take the crops straight to their kitchen to create healthy meals.