John Hubbell’s production, “The Soundtrack Project” was honored at the Mid-South Emmy Awards in Nashville with three awards.
Carolina seniors William Douglas Leimenstoll and Henry Laurence Ross have earned 2013-2014 scholarships from the Henry Luce Foundation for study in Asia.
ESPN analyst and former NFL player Merril Hoge will speak at a March symposium on how to recognize, manage and prevent serious head injuries among high school and college athletes. The event will be held March 8-9 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Have you got the gardening bug yet? Spring is just around the corner, and with it the promise of fresh vegetables. Sprout UNC makes it easy, by bringing those fresh veggies straight from a local farm to you.
Jeff Spinner-Halev, Kenan Eminent Professor of Political Science, has been named an Abbey Fellow. Fellows provide critical links between their departments and the Academic Advising Program.
John Kao, author of “Innovation Nation,” and UNC alumnus Gary White, co-founder and chief executive officer of Water.org, will discuss “Changing the World through Innovation” in a free public talk March 4 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Five years ago, UNC marine biologists proposed a theory that sea turtles and salmon use the Earth’s magnetic forces to find their way back to their birthplace after migrating across thousands of miles of open, featureless sea. Now, those same researchers have found a way to test that theory in salmon – and found it to be true.