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.
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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