Excavations directed by UNC-Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences professor Jodi Magness during summer 2015 have revealed stunning new mosaics that decorated the floor of the Late Roman (fifth century) synagogue in the ancient Jewish village of Huqoq.
Duffle bags in hand, 14 active-duty and recently separated military members arrived last weekend on Carolina’s campus for a boot camp designed to prepare them for their next mission: college.
Seven students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were selected as recipients of the 2015 Burch Fellowship to pursue unique and self-initiated proposed experiences anywhere off UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus. The Burch Fellows Program was established in 1993 by a gift from UNC-Chapel Hill alumnus Lucius E. Burch, III. Its purpose is to recognize undergraduate students at Carolina … Continued
Dignitaries, locals, school groups and tourists in Milan, Italy, will learn about the cuisine of the United States from two Tar Heels this summer.
Joshua Jansa, a Ph.D. student in political science in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences, has received a grant to support his research from the Horowitz Foundation.
Researchers in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences reset longstanding ideas on how oceanographers and climatologists measure and understand carbon cycling on our planet.
Around the world, political scientist Andy Reynolds helps new democracies live up to the name.