Menu

Thorp: UNC better equipped to handle problems

Saturday, June 01, 2013

As he prepares to leave the school where he has attended classes and worked for half of his life, Chancellor Holden Thorp says he believes his often rocky tenure leading the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has prepared the school for any future difficulties. Thorp officially steps down as chancellor on June 30, but he said he plans to use some accrued leave time in the coming weeks. (WRAL.com)

Related:

Recent Business & Administration Articles:
Bradley Bethel And Harold Gutmann: Getting To The Crux Of The UNC Academic Scandal (audio)

UNC Votes for NCAA Autonomy

Carolina innovation creates jobs, revenue

UNC Launches New Research Venture Fund

UNC, NCAA sued for academic scandal

Folt: Accreditation review gave UNC-CH chance to study academic changes

UNC Responds to Accreditation Commission

Carolina announces 10th consecutive record for first-year applications