Category: News Archive
The professor of English is known for his stories, essays and novels, including “Big Fish,” which was adapted as a movie and Broadway musical.
The Mellon Foundation-funded digital archive of veteran experiences will debut in June 2023 and is presented in part by UNC’s Southern Oral History Program.
Past and present Phi Beta Kappa members from across the country have included 17 American presidents, 42 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, more than 150 Nobel Laureates and numerous artistic, intellectual … Continued
A master of fine arts student, Matthew Troyer is channeling his experience in the Marine Corps to create photography that shares the military experience with those who have served and … Continued
More than 1,000 undergraduate students have spent time at the partner campus, and hundreds of faculty members are involved in collaborative activities between the two universities, yielding more than 800 … Continued
Carolina professor Marc Cohen works to make his assignments immersive and experiential, including the course’s most recent collaborative unit on non-native, invasive plants with the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
This fresh, playful adaptation invites the whole family to (re)discover Jane Austen’s beloved classic at the holidays.
Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book is “Law’s Rule: The Nature, Value, and Viability of the Rule of … Continued
Junior Caroline Norland put her passion for music aside to focus on academics, but a work-study opportunity in the music library reminded her of why she picked up her viola … Continued
Professor Lyneise Williams and sophomore Uredo Agada report on their joint research project that was sponsored by the William C. Friday Arts and Humanities Research Award.
Scholars at the Nov. 3 event will tell how they involve their subjects — farmworkers, parents, urban residents — in their social justice research.
Graduate student Marissa Carmi is a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin — and as an American Indian — she’s brought her life experiences and perspective to serve graduate and professional … Continued
Michelle Freeman uncovers how clergy and laity revered saints in the fourth to sixth centuries to improve cultural understanding today.
Allen Wood, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in materials science, spent his summer as an intern at Tennessee’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, working on 3D printing plastic scintillators for use … Continued
Hear from the interim vice chancellor for research and the College of Arts and Sciences dean on the biggest surprises, what sparked the most conversation and more from the 2022 … Continued
Despite Russian President Vladimir Putin’s saber-rattling remarks, he won’t deploy atomic weapons, says retired Admiral Dennis Blair during his talk, “Contemporary Wars and America’s Strategic Position in the World.”
Five years in, the Cosmic Rays Film Festival continues to provide a venue for experimental filmmakers in Chapel Hill.
Bret Devereaux, an alumnus and visiting lecturer in the department of history, applies his research on the Romans to modern day America in both his field and his classroom.
Nestled in the upper quad of McCorkle Place with its brick exterior, you could be forgiven for thinking that Hyde Hall is a historic building with roots to the University’s … Continued
McDonald brings a wealth of experience to the role, including having served as a UNC faculty member since 2007 and as the chair of the department of city and regional … Continued