Peace First, a national nonprofit dedicated to creating the next generation of peacemakers, has announced the five winners of the 3rd annual Peace First Prize. Among the winners is Brennan Lewis, a first-year honors student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Campus Y at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announces 12 students who have been selected for the 2015-2016 Bonner Leaders Program. Launched in 2011, the program embodies Carolina’s commitment to public service and inclusivity by leveraging federal community service work-study funds to support undergraduate students in intensive service and social justice activities throughout their college careers. … Continued
Thanks to funding from UNC’s Summer School, scientists in the Research Laboratories of Archaeology in the College of Arts and Sciences are using a drone to get a true birds-eye view of archaeological work.
Borders, both geopolitical and social, have always fascinated Layla Quran ’15. Originally from the West Bank, Quran herself has crossed many borders in her personal and academic life.
Check out the fall 2015 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine for stories about the extraordinary work that faculty, students, alumni and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences are doing that advances our understanding of the new academic theme, “Food for All: Local and Global Perspectives.”
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s General Alumni Association (GAA) has honored three alumni who are broadly influencing their professions with its Distinguished Young Alumni Award.
Two faculty members at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill played key roles in new research demonstrating that treating people with first episode psychosis using a team-based, coordinated specialty care approach produces better clinical and functional outcomes than typical community care