Fine Arts & Humanities
A class of UNC undergraduates spent the spring semester researching literary and visual representations of the Civil War as part of an American literature seminar taught by UNC associate professor of English Eliza Richards.
Sunday, a new kind of cord will grace the shoulders of some of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s most dedicated graduates: those who serve the United States.
Alexandra Jazz Dickinson, a doctoral student in chemistry, and Xin Liu, a doctoral student in Romance languages and literatures, have received the 2014 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.
Bobbi Owen, senior associate dean for undergraduate education, has been awarded the William F. Little Award for Distinguished Service to the College of Arts and Sciences in recognition of her extraordinary leadership and service.
An old adage says you learn by doing, and at Carolina new teaching technologies are proving the point.
Three graduating seniors reflect on what UNC has meant to them as they finish up final exams, cross things off bucket lists, don Carolina blue caps and gowns, and take on their next great adventures after May 11 commencement.
Donald Haggis, professor of classical archaeology and the Nicholas A. Cassas Term Professor of Greek Studies in the department of classics, was awarded a $200,000 grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. The award will support ongoing archaeological excavations at Azoria, an early Greek city located on the island of Crete.