Join us for four evenings of lectures in April as four distinguished UNC-Chapel Hill researchers present their findings on food history, culture, sustainability, and regulation, from local, regional, and global perspectives. MORE »
From the UNC Program in the Humanities, these sessions feature in-depth explorations of topics drawing on the latest scholarship and the most dynamic faculty from UNC and other area institutions. MORE »
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Friday Center for Continuing Education works in partnership with other University departments to develop and promote noncredit learning opportunities to the general public.
The Friday Center, formerly known as the bureau of extension, has been bringing University resources to the community since 1913. The Center’s Professional Development and Enrichment Programs unit offers noncredit seminars and workshops for professional education and a stimulating selection of enrichment courses taught by outstanding UNC-Chapel Hill faculty, staff, alumni, and community experts. Regularly offered programs include BRIDGES, Under the Atrium events, and the What’s the Big Idea? Lecture Series.
Since the Bureau of Extension at the University of North Carolina was formally organized in 1913, continuing education has become a significant activity in a number of schools and departments throughout the University. Explore the links below to learn more about Carolina's continuing education opportunities.