Around the world, political scientist Andy Reynolds helps new democracies live up to the name.
Eight University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students received 2015 Class of 1938 Summer Project Abroad Fellowships for research abroad this summer.
Vincas Steponaitis, professor of anthropology in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences, has received the 2015 Faculty Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.
Carolyn Coons ’16 is a history and journalism double major from Charlotte, N.C., who writes about her time studying abroad at King’s College London.
Reena Gupta, who will graduate Sunday with a degree in public policy from the College of Arts and Sciences, not only immersed herself in the Carolina community over the past four years, she helped create one — through Healthy Girls Save the World.
Two doctoral students with strong ties to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have received one of the nation’s most prestigious awards for Ph.D. candidates whose dissertation topics address questions of ethical and religious values.
If senior Julia Ossey were a contestant on Jeopardy, her ideal category would be “American Presidents.” Ossey spent three years at UNC under the tutelage of political science professor Terry Sullivan, researching the daily schedules of presidents.