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Photo shows a student lying on a bench in front of the Old Well while a biker speeds past on Cameron Avenue. (photo by Donn Young)

Six students selected as Robinson Fellows for study in Europe

Six students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were selected as recipients of the 2018 Anne L. and S. Epes Robinson Honors Fellowship, which provides funding for students who propose a program of study wholly focused on some aspect of the history and culture of Europe and the Mediterranean from 5th century B.C.E. to 1920.


Haley Moser collects data as the sun sets over San Cristobal Island. (photo courtesy of Haley Moser)

Carolina to Cristóbal

After visiting the Galápagos Islands for a research project over winter break, senior Haley Moser hopes to pursue a career in community-centered research after graduating from Carolina this May.


The graphic shows the projected warming per year (indicated by the color-coded bar on the right) of the world’s marine protected areas (indicated by the black dots).

New study finds climate change threatens marine protected areas

New research from UNC-Chapel Hill and collaborators found that most marine life in marine protected areas will not be able to tolerate warming ocean temperatures caused by greenhouse gas emissions.


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Winners selected for UNC Creativity Hubs inaugural awards

UNC’s new Creativity Hubs initiative has announced awards to campus research teams pursuing solutions to two of the world’s most pressing issues: the obesity epidemic and the global clean water shortage. College of Arts & Sciences faculty play a key role on the teams.


Anthropology Ph.D. student Achsah Dorsey is shown working with patients.

Iron woman crosses hemispheres to wipe out anemia

During her initial pre-dissertation fieldwork in Lima, anthropology Ph.D. candidate Achsah Dorsey met with a number of women about their primary health concerns. “Every person I spoke to wanted to know more about anemia and its effect on their children,” she said.


A delegation from King's College London recently visited UNC-Chapel Hill. The guests are standing in front of the Old Well.

UNC-Chapel Hill hosts King’s College London delegation

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill welcomed a delegation from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London April 16-19, 2018, including Russell Goulbourne, dean, and Raphael Woolf, vice dean of external relations.


(From left to right) Anna Mee ‘19, Thomas (Souli) Fertitta-Boutis ‘19, Caroline Mueller ‘20, Andrea Cazales ‘19, Isabella Hernandez ‘18, Siani Antoine ‘20, Walter Vozzo ‘21.

Seven students receive Class of 1938 fellowships for study abroad

Seven undergraduates at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill received the Class of 1938 Summer Project Abroad Fellowships for research abroad in summer 2018.