Fine Arts & Humanities
UNC undergraduate students competed in a fall contest to create innovative solutions to reduce the U.S. government debt burden.
Carolina senior Sarah Bufkin has been selected for a Mitchell Scholarship, which supports graduate studies in Ireland.
“Black Nativity,” a holiday movie opening Nov. 27 in theaters nationwide, is based on a Langston Hughes gospel libretto. It may be set in Harlem, but it has a strong Carolina connection. UNC lecturer Joy Goodwin is the film’s executive producer.
The College of Arts and Sciences recognized six new distinguished professors at a reception Nov. 19 in Hyde Hall.
Musicologist Tim Carter of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has won two major awards from the American Musicological Society. It is the first time that one scholar has received dual honors in the same year — and in very different fields.
Jason Clemmons (English ’97) in Honors Carolina, has been presented with the College of Arts and Sciences’ 2013 Award in Management.
Carolina alumnus Stuart Eizenstat will discuss “The Future of the Jews: How Global Forces are Impacting the Jewish People, Israel and its Relationship with the United States” on Nov. 18 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.