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Kelsey Jost-Creegan will head to France this summer as a Humanity in Action Fellow. She will join other students from American and European universities for an intense study on human rights.
Kenan Music Scholar and senior Ning Lee has appreciated the broad and holistic educational opportunity she has experience at Carolina. “It has been the best of both worlds because I have studied with renowned musicians and enjoyed the flexibility to pursue many avenues of scholarship,” she said.
David Godschalk and Jonathan Howes tell the story of the sweeping makeover of the 200-year-old UNC campus, with 6 million square feet of buildings constructed and a million square feet of historic buildings renovated during one vibrant decade.
Michael Salemi, UNC professor emeritus of economics, has been named a finalist for a national teaching award.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has announced the recipients of the 2013 Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy. Three professors with expertise in public policy were awarded the endowed chair, including Daniel Gitterman.
To help you chill before the humidity sets in, here are a few events from our May calendar: May 2: Carolina Science Café and the Water in Our World initiative explore What’s in My Water, a discussion about environmental toxins in drinking water. With NCSU biologist Heather Patisaul. Free, 6 pm, Top of the Hill, Back Bar. http://www.moreheadplanetarium.org May 2: … Continued
Faculty Diversity Liaisons from departments across the College of Arts and Sciences gathered this spring to exchange information and ideas about how to enhance the diversity of the faculty.