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Text on left on green background: Bookmark This: “My book is a history of Prague, which today is the capital of the Czech Republic. It is also an extended meditation on what it means to belong – and why the search for a sense of belonging is a defining aspect of the modern experience.” – Chad Bryant, associate professor of history. Photo on right: Collage: Photo of Chad Bryant, photo of Prague book cover.
Samuel Akau standing on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus smiling and posing for a picture

A mindset of service

Former “Lost Boy of Sudan” is pursuing a doctorate in public policy to help advance peace and community in his home country.


Bernard Bell stands with the inaugural Shuford innovators outside.

Candid conversations with influential innovators

The first cohort of Shuford Innovators-in-Residence share diverse expertise and experiences with students in the Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship in the UNC College of Arts & Sciences.


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UNC-Chapel Hill graduate programs ranked among best in nation

U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 “Best Graduate Schools” list names multiple Carolina graduate degree programs in national top 10.


Collage of images clockwise from left: stack of colorful books, Photo of Hilary Lithgow outside, group of people from the Veteran's reading group at the Love House on campus.

Forging connections with veterans through literature

English faculty member Hilary Lithgow has led a North Carolina Humanities’ Veterans Reading Group for over five years, building relationships among group participants and reaching across political, social and generational divides.


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New data science school to leverage Carolina’s strengths

Two key campus administrators discuss the School of Data Science and Society as a “signpost” pointing to Carolina’s data science education, research and public service.


An image of Keely smiling and her brain outlined in hot pink

Brain-Body Breakthroughs

Psychoneuroimmunology. It’s a mouthful, but it’s also a burgeoning field addressing how psychological stress impacts the brain and the body. Keely Muscatell is one of just a few scholars conducting research within this realm.


Coastal scientist Laura Moore (left) and dramatic art faculty member Kathryn Hunter-Williams in front of a black curtain in a room in the Center for Dramatic Art.

Rollover

An upcoming performance set on fictional Rollover Island fuses science and art to show the effects of climate change on one coastal community. The Process Series presents a staged reading of the play March 24-25.