An increase in mental health awareness, low recruitment numbers, and longer deployments during the War on Terror — the longest-running conflict in American history — has shifted the rules and … Continued
Managed by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the Creativity Hubs award program encourages and supports diverse, interdisciplinary teams that pursue answers to complex societal problems.
Historian Fred Naiden’s groundbreaking work on Alexander the Great’s role as a religious leader shines a new light on the ancient conqueror’s rise to the top.
Master’s student Reuben Mabry in UNC’s studio art program uses his eight-year career in the U.S. Army as the foundation for his work, creating paintings about the indoctrination of military … Continued
New materials from the lab of UNC researcher Ronit Freeman that can reconfigure on demand have potential for applications in diagnostics, drug delivery and more.
Acting and directing students team up to produce films in just three weeks in these Maymester Summer School classes.
The 20th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition will be accepting submissions beginning June 1, 2019. This amateur competition, which is open to students, alumni, faculty and staff of the University of … Continued
This past semester, Annie McDarris participated in a capstone class through the Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program that examined well water contamination and environmental justice in the northern piedmont of … Continued
A new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill explores the mechanics and benefits of the underlying flock structure used by four types of shorebirds.
Rachel Noble of Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences talks about her rapid water quality tests and how they can help North Carolinians stay safe during hurricane season.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ visionary founder, Ruel Willoughby Tyson Jr., an esteemed scholar, colleague and mentor, passed away on May 30.
“Ethics of Stand-up Comedy” is a Maymester course that examines comedy’s role in society as a form of cultural expression full of underlying ethical discussions.
Frank Leibfarth, an assistant professor of chemistry in the College of Arts & Sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill, has been named a Beckman Young Investigator by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman … Continued
What’s hidden inside the world’s most famous museums? A Maymester course on museum studies reveals the hidden artifacts and unseen decisions behind these institutions.
This three-week Maymester course teaches students about skeletal analysis and its role in contemporary forensic cases.
The fellowships provide support for promising scholars completing dissertations that explore ethics and religion.
The third annual Royster Global Conference, to be held on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus, will focus on one of the most ubiquitous aspects of life: … Continued
When Brad Erickson decided to pursue his Ph.D., there was no question about where he wanted to go. “The only person I could imagine working with was the Carolina Center … Continued
This history timeline shows when the College of Arts & Sciences’ modern-day academic departments and major centers, institutes and programs were founded. Many of the oldest departments trace their origins … Continued