Taylor Livingston, a doctoral candidate in anthropology, has received the 2016 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.
A new study shows pieces of the underside of the North American Plate peel off, sink into the mantle –- a process likely to produce more earthquakes in the southeastern U.S. in the future.
UNC dramatic art lecturer Kathryn Hunter-Williams and her colleague Lynden Harris have received a MAP Fund grant to support the project “Serving Life,” which explores race, class, compassion and justice with men on death row and those sentenced as children to life without parole.
An analysis of more than 40 climate-adaptation plans from across the U.S. shows that local communities are good at developing strategies to combat the harmful effects of climate change but often fail to prioritize their goals or to provide implementation details.
Attending the University of North Carolina has become a long family tradition, and on May 8, Shelby Miller will complete another generation of Carolina graduates — with the patriarch of the Tar Heel family, her grandfather Jack Schofield, watching.
The 4th annual Diversity THINKposium will be held Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Friday Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. This year theme will be “Microaggressions.”
This spring, biologists John Bruno and Blaire Steinwand linked together molecular biology and marine ecology in their new course Seafood Forensics. Students set out to quantify seafood mislabeling using DNA barcoding technology and to discuss the impact that it has on human health and marine ecosystems.