Jennifer Ho, associate professor and director of graduate studies for the department of English and comparative literature, will become the associate director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities.
The event, sponsored by Carolina’s department of communication and partners, features three performances by local playwrights inspired by military veterans and their families.
The play, which runs Jan. 6-10, spins a true tale of tangled history, family politics and land rights in a high desert New Mexico town.
A year-long project at UNC-Chapel Hill, “Telling our Stories of Home: Exploring and Celebrating Changing African-Diaspora Communities,” has been awarded a Humanities in the Public Square grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
On an unseasonably warm Sunday afternoon, December Commencement speaker Kelly Hogan began her talk unlike most people at a podium. Instead of requesting her audience to put away their smartphones, she asked the crowd to keep their phones out and within reach.
The boom in augmented reality technology could provide easy, 3-D access to friends and family across the globe.
Seniors in the public policy capstone course apply the interdisciplinary analytical skills they’ve been developing over four years to address major public policy problems for government agencies and nonprofits.