A delegation from Universität Bremen in Germany visited the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill the week of Sept. 6 to strengthen the growing partnership between the institutions.
The Center for European Studies is pleased to welcome the 2018 TransAtlantic Masters Class (TAM) to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
UNC political scientist Stephen Gent and two former UNC Ph.D. students, Reed M. Wood and Jacob D. Kathman, were recently quoted in a New York Times article about the war in Syria.
Vincas P. Steponaitis came to Carolina in 1988 to be the director of the Research Laboratories of Archaeology in the College of Arts and Sciences. When Faculty Council reconvenes this fall, Steponaitis will have a new role, as the first new Secretary of the Faculty in 20 years.
Elected officials in Africa who advocate for adoption of climate change policies may actually lose voter support, according to new research by public policy scholars at UNC-Chapel Hill and Harvard University.
The Olympic Games may have been founded to serve as a political-free zone to foster peace, but it hasn’t always worked out that way. As the world turns its attention to for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, UNC’s “Well Said” podcast features a conversation with historian Andrew Matthews about the intersection of politics and the Olympics.
Emeritus UNC College of Arts & Sciences history professor William Leuchtenburg talks about his new book, 20th-century presidents, and the personal experiences that shaped his understanding of them.