Madeline Pace, The Well, Friday, September 17th, 2021 Housing prices in the Triangle rose to unprecedented levels during the height of the pandemic as families fled major cities, offices initiated teleworking, children began learning from home and homeowners wanted more space. The result was a 20% increase in the average price of a home in the […]
As many Carolina employees adjust to the return to campus, they have a successful prototype in UNC Research, which led the way to safe in-person work. Logan Ward, The Well, Thursday, July 29th, 2021 As many of Carolina’s employees return to campus this month, they have a prototype for success. UNC Research developed a plan back […]
Bring a taste of Chapel Hill to your dinner table this holiday season with recipes straight from the kitchen of classic Carolina restaurant staples. Here are some fun, delicious recipes to try from Lantern, Ghost Kitchen and the Catering Company of Chapel Hill! Juicy Satsuma Orange Cakefrom Andrea Reusing, chef/owner of Lantern. Lantern has a […]
Teams across Carolina are working to ensure classrooms and offices are ready when employees return on July 19. Jane Calloway, The Well, Thursday, July 8th, 2021 Carolina faculty and staff who have been working remotely for the past 15 months will return to campus on July 19. While many buildings have been empty since then, staff […]
A Human Resources information session addressed questions from employees about the July 19 return to campus. Susan Hudson, The Well, Tuesday, July 6th, 2021 More than 500 participants tuned in June 30 for an hour-long afternoon information session about the University’s July 19 return to work on campus. Hosted by the Office of Human Resources, the […]
UNC Health Talk June 24, 2021 Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare experts have warned people who are immunocompromised to be extra cautious to avoid getting the virus, given their risk for severe complications. That’s because people who are immunocompromised have weakened immune systems that leave them more vulnerable to infection and illness, including COVID-19. Given […]
Researchers at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health have developed a universal vaccine that could protect against COVID-19, its variants — and the next coronavirus pandemic. University Communications, Tuesday, June 29th, 2021 Scientists at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health have developed a vaccine that could be effective against COVID-19, its variants […]
COVID-19 vaccines are critical for ending the pandemic. Many in the Carolina community got the shot for more personal reasons. The Well, Thursday, June 24th, 2021 Some do it to protect their friends and colleagues. Others can’t wait to attend a live-music event or linger over a leisurely restaurant meal. Still others simply want to hug […]
The Returning to Work on Campus website and Return to Campus Information Sessions will help employees navigate the transition. University Communications, Friday, June 18th, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZ6UCPmDvnc&t=1s As the full-campus return date of July 19 approaches, the University has created two new resources to help faculty and staff navigate the transition. Vice Chancellor of Human Resources and […]
Blessing Adesiyan '19 (MBA) is the founder and CEO of Mother Honestly, a platform that is reimagining how women build better careers and happier homes. Her network of over 300,000 ambitious mothers includes career professionals, thought-leaders, CEOs, technology founders and more. She is raising three young children with her husband. And then there’s the startup that […]
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