As part of his work as co-director of the Galapagos Science Center, a research facility UNC shares with the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) in Ecuador, Steve Walsh has been giving presentations at universities around the world about the Galapagos.
UNC political scientists James Stimson and Georg Vanberg have won book awards from the American Political Science Association (APSA).
Anthropologist Valerie Lambert has heard many of the stereotypes about American Indians before. But instead of shying away from the misperceptions, Lambert, an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation, encourages students to discuss them.
Joy Kasson, professor of American studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named the first Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Scholar at UNC.
They say opposites attract, but sometimes shared interests bring two people together. Bill and Marcie Ferris, who have been married for 16 years, have more than just a few things in common.
Scott Madry, research associate professor of archaeology in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences, received a 2012 President’s Volunteer Service Award from the “making a difference through volunteer service.” The award is given annually to individuals, families, and groups who have demonstrated outstanding volunteer service and civic participation. Madry was honored for his volunteer work with the Urban and Regional … Continued
Darius Love, a 2012 political science graduate and Kenan Moral Purpose Award winner, reflects on the value of his liberal arts education in the essay, “Little Fish, Big Pond.”