Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts and Sciences faculty and alumni. The December featured book is “Colonial Reckoning: Race and Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Cuba” (Duke University Press) by Louis A. Pérez Jr.
Nicolas Pégard’s lab helps neuroscientists tackle research challenges with custom-designed optical technology.
The prestigious award fully funds a master’s program in global affairs at Beijing’s Tsinghua University.
Alumna Rayna McClendon found her love of screenwriting through classes in the department of communication at UNC.
Elisa Troncoso is inspired by the most fundamental displays of humanity in her writing. The first-year student is the winner of this year’s prestigious Thomas Wolfe Scholarship.
Whether you prefer spaces with plenty of chatter, absolute silence or outdoor ambience, there’s a cozy campus spot for you.
In the Media
UNC's Hillsborough Hospital makerspace is a partnership between the hospital and UNC-Chapel Hill's Be A Maker Program, or BeAM. The program is typically for students, who can get training on tools and access makerspaces across UNC campuses. But this new makerspace, called RehaBeAM, is the first of its kind in the UNC hospital system.
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Join The Process Series and PlayMakers Repertory Company for the workshop of this play by local playwrights Howard L. Craft and Mike Wiley in the Kenan Theatre of the Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art. Dizzle Jollyworth, a front-line elf at Santa’s Workshop, is struggling for meaning in his life and is tasked to travel to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to rekindle the Christmas spirit of Hezikiah Jones, a grief-stricken, disillusioned toymaker.
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of all Carolina students graduate with at least one major in the College
in research funding
of all undergraduate hours at Carolina are taught by College faculty