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Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni, published on the first Friday of each month. This month we feature the late Randall Kenan’s “If I Had Two Wings: Stories.”

Jinsong Huang

Huang research group recognized for world-record solar module efficiency

Progress in Photovoltaics and the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) released updated efficiencies for solar cells and UNC-Chapel Hill was recognized for the first time for the prestigious research accomplishment of world-record solar module efficiency. 

Poster advertising the event features a pair of hot pink heels and the title "Love, Loss and What I Wore." Full event details are in the text of the story.

PlayMakers Repertory Company announces first virtual benefit

“Will & Grace” star Debra Messing headlines staged reading of Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s “Love, Loss and What I Wore” based on the book by Ilene Beckerman.

A view of the Old Well from across Cameron Avenue peeking through the leaves of an orange-brown tree. (photo by Donn Young)

College faculty on highly cited researchers 2020 list

Six faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences have been named among the world’s most highly cited researchers in their respective fields for 2020.

Jordan Davis stands on a concrete wall overlooking campus

Winter 2020 graduate: Providing an academic view on battle rap

When Jordan Davis graduates this December from Carolina with a master’s degree in anthropology, he will leave having written the first academic thesis on contemporary battle rap.

Nicole Toms in her graduation cap and gown.

Winter 2020 graduate: Taking baby steps to big goals

Senior Nicole Toms hopes to use her Carolina degree in environmental sciences to help others see the collective power of their baby steps around the issues that will save the world.

Charlie Helms walks across the walkway at Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Winter 2020 graduate: Computer scientist and community builder

Charlie Helms made his mark at Carolina when he launched Black in Technology, a student organization dedicated to increasing Black and minority representation in computer science.