Lisa Lindsay, an associate professor of history in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences, was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to support her research. The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, based in New York City, appoints fellows based on prior achievement and exceptional promise in research and artistic creation. Lindsay’s current project is “Atlantic Bonds: A Family History through Slavery, Freedom and … Continued
The minor in entrepreneurship is proud to announce that four students have been chosen as winners of the JNO Awards in Entrepreneurial Studies: Jeremy Bass, Santiago Beltran, Ann Johnston and Catie King.
The Carolina Center for Public Service recently hosted the University’s annual Public Service Awards ceremony. Several students from the College of Arts and Sciences were recognized.
New alum Sarah Berlenbach ’11 got an exciting opportunity to intern at the White House in January, just after her graduation last December. Until May 4, she will work in the Office of Digital Strategy.
Historian Daniel J. Sherman of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been honored with two distinguished prizes for his book, “French Primitivism and the Ends of Empire, 1945-1975.” The book, published by the University of Chicago Press, was awarded the David H. Pinkney Prize as the best book in French history in 2011 written by a citizen … Continued
Student researchers will discuss topics including capital punishment in North Carolina, violence in Guatemala and accounts of Jewish Holocaust survivors at the 13th annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research April 16 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Sociologist Judith Blau will receive the Distinguished Career Award for outstanding contributions to sociology.