Author Archives: Kim Spurr
Tungurahua or “throat of fire” is one of the most active and dangerous volcanoes in South America, located about 85 miles south of Ecuador’s capital of Quito. UNC geologist Jonathan M. Lees and fellow researchers from three institutions are undertaking a groundbreaking new study of the volcano with funding from the National Science Foundation.
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 … Continued
While millions of fans worldwide remember the late Andy Griffith ’49 as a beloved TV icon, a group of Carolina students have a personal connection to the actor and musician. Since 1973, Griffith’s philanthropy has provided critical tuition support for nearly 200 students majoring in music or dramatic art.