UNC Chapel Hill Chancellor Holden Thorp wants his university to solve the world's grandest challenges.
But to reach this audacious goal, he offered a basic path.
“We just need to take care of our people,” Thorp said in a speech moments after his formal installation as UNC's 10th chancellor.
Though he's been on the job since July, Thorp, 44, was feted formally Sunday, the university's 215th birthday.
In his speech, he echoed a theme that campus leaders have talked about quite a bit lately: the increasing competition for top students and faculty. The (Raleigh) News & Observer