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We have plenty of music, literature, drama and culture for you on the College’s November events calendar. Highlights and links below. Continuing through Nov. 11: PlayMakers presents Imaginary Invalid, ‘the funniest play ever written about the healthcare industry.’ $15-$50. Center for Dramatic Art. https://college.unc.edu/2012/10/10/playmakersinvalid/ Nov. 1: U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus will discuss Leadership in Service, for the 2012 Deil … Continued
This past July, Carolina alumnus Philip Morgan left Duke University’s Social Science Research Institute to become director of the Carolina Population Center (CPC). His research focuses on human fertility and factors that explain variations in fertility patterns across populations.
When graduate student Ali Halperin learned that the Frank Gallery in downtown Chapel Hill wanted to feature her art, she immediately thought about the undergraduates she teaches.
In partnership with the University’s Department of Music and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Carolina Performing Arts will host Reassessing the Rite: A Centennial Conference, a major scholarly contribution to The Rite of Spring at 100 October 25-28 at UNC.
We have plenty of music, film, drama and talks to entertain, enlighten and inform you during October. Please scroll through the highlights and links below from the College of Arts and Sciences calendar. Oct. 1: Professor Maria DeGuzman discusses her latest book, Buenes Noches, American Culture. Free to the public. 10 a.m. Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library. http://go.unc.edu/Sr4a9 Oct. … Continued
Even after 50 years, the story most people think they know about the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis is not exactly right. Carolina political science professor Timothy McKeown has devoted much of his career to fixing that, one misperception at a time.
UNC researchers debunk a long-held theory about how our lungs function and devise a way to measure mucus pressure (think blood pressure). This is a key step in helping patients with respiratory problems.