April 16-17: Musical Conversations with Caroline Shaw. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and N.C. native Caroline Shaw will host an open conversation for students on April 16 at noon in Person Recital Hall. She will give a concert April 17 with UNC violin professor Jennifer Curtis at Cat’s Cradle.
April 2-20: PlayMakers Repertory Company presents its final main-stage production, the Tony Award-winning Assassins, by Stephen Sondheim. Paul Green Theatre, Center for Dramatic Art.
April 17: UNC Wind Ensemble and UNC Symphony Band. 7:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. $15 general admission ($10 students, UNC faculty and staff). Tickets and information: (919) 843-3333.
The digitized James L. Dusenbery Journal, part of UNC Libraries' Documenting the American South collection, provides a glimpse into the life of a Carolina senior during the antebellum period. .. read more »
Professors across the College of Arts and Sciences are changing the structure of large introductory classes to enhance student learning and make their classes more engaging, experiential and effective... read more »
Do you like the TV shows "CSI," "Criminal Minds" or "Bones?" Anthropology Professor Dale Hutchinson teaches students from all majors how to map and recover the elements of a crime scene in his class, Anthropology 423: “Written in Bone.".. read more »
Carolina has launched its first science department created in the College of Arts and Sciences in nearly 40 years to better facilitate the movement of basic scientific ideas to the marketplace where they can make a difference... [more]
When Los Angeles-based music industry entrepreneur Ken Weiss first moved to Chapel Hill in 2007, he had no idea he’d be co-teaching the University’s first course in artistic entrepreneurship just three years later... [more]