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Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book, just in time for back to school, is Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom by Kelly A. Hogan and Viji Sathy.



Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book, just in time for back to school, is Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom by Kelly A. Hogan and Viji Sathy.


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Earth, marine and environmental sciences graduate student Sarah Wells-Hull, left, puts her hand on the Little River fault after an earthquake at Sparta, North Carolina, ruptured the ground in 2020. Ashley Lynn, right, works in the trench dug to expose the fault.

Research on rare NC earthquake aids preparation, forecasting

Two years after a 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit Sparta, North Carolina, professor Kevin Stewart’s research shows why the event was unique and important.

Roberto Escobar in his uniform with American flag in the background.

Meet a new Tar Heel: Roberto Escobar

After a 20-year career in the Marines, Roberto Escobar will begin a new chapter of his professional life this week as he becomes a Tar Heel.

From left, Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy stand in a classroom hallway. (photo by Travis Dove/Chronicle of Higher Education)

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month: “Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom” by Kelly A. Hogan and Viji Sathy.

A headshot of Snigdha Chaturvedi

An interview with Snigdha Chaturvedi

Chaturvedi is an assistant professor of computer science in the UNC College of Arts and Sciences. She studies natural language processing — how computers understand human languages.

A woman in a lab coat stands in a lab wearing a mask holding up a beaker.

UNC-Chapel Hill research funding tops $1.2 billion

Research at Carolina drives innovation and breakthroughs in many fields of impactful study, from gene therapies and drug development to population studies to coastal resilience.

Left: John Bruno holds a Galapagos brittle star — an “echinoderm” that is related to sea urchins and sea stars. Right: John Bruno stands on a bed of rocks near the water.

Tar Heels in the field in the Galapagos

Meet some of the Carolina researchers who are conducting their research more than 2,600 miles away on the Galapagos Islands. Many of these researchers are in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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The big bang created the universe. What created the big bang?

In her book, “Before the Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe and What Lies Beyond,” quantum cosmologist Laura Mersini-Houghton focuses on the prequel to this galactic episode, pondering what happened beforehand that put our universe in the position to be banged open.

 

Read the article at The Washington Post


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Weeks of Welcome

From August 11-28, all UNC students are invited to Weeks of Welcome (WOW), over two weeks of programs, experiences and opportunities with the goal of helping new and returning students transition to and become a part of the Carolina community.

 

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17,000+
undergraduate students
2,000+
graduate students
43
academic departments and curricula, 115 undergraduate programs of study
9
graduate programs ranked in the top 30 by U.S. News & World Report
$127
million in research funding
89%
of College students participate in a research-intensive course
85%
of all undergraduate hours at Carolina are taught by College faculty
65%
participate in a first-year seminar