Fine Arts & Humanities
In an era when photographs made with cellphones and digital cameras have become the norm, some Carolina students have chosen to embrace the art form’s more analog past. In the “Darkroom Photography” course, taught by assistant professor Gesche Würfel, students use older cameras that require film to operate and spend hours tucked away in the Hanes Art Center darkroom to … Continued
A memorial fund has been set up in honor of Jonathan Hess, professor and chair of the department of Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures, who passed away suddenly on April 9.
2018 American studies graduates Morgan Vickers and Hannah Herzog share a common bond of uncovering the stories of people behind painful but important moments in history.
Each spring, Carolina celebrates its outstanding faculty members with the University Teaching Awards, recognizing the professors and graduate students who are making an impact in their classrooms. Most of the winners were from the College of Arts & Sciences.
Kent Place School from Summit, New Jersey, won the 2018 National High School Ethics Bowl. Students from across the United States came to UNC-Chapel Hill to discuss complex and timely ethical dilemmas collaboratively in the sixth annual event.
The department of English and comparative literature will offer seven new major concentrations beginning this fall. Want to make yourself more marketable? Students are encouraged to pair their English major with natural sciences, social sciences and more.
UNC-Chapel Hill receives $10 million commitment from Pope Foundation to advance core areas of excellence and service
On April 23, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced a $10 million commitment from the John William Pope Foundation to support a combination of core areas where Carolina excels: cancer research, multidisciplinary and innovative thinking, excellence in sport and being of and serving the state’s citizens.