Celebrate World Water Week in the Virtual Museum!

A letter from President F.P. Venable, featuring a sketch of the Old Well as it looked in 1900. (University of North Carolina Papers, University Archives)

A letter from President F.P. Venable, featuring a sketch of the Old Well as it looked in 1900. (University of North Carolina Papers, University Archives)

You probably already know that UNC’s two-year academic theme is “Water in Our World.” But did you know that it’s also World Water Week? This week, people from around the globe are convening in Stockholm, Sweden to discuss the many water-related issues facing our world today.

To celebrate World Water Week, we invite you to take a few minutes to learn about the role water has played in the history of the university through the Virtual Museum exhibit “Water at UNC-Chapel Hill.”

 

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