Angelina Jolie’s award-winning film “In the Land of Blood and Honey” (2011), set against the backdrop of the Bosnian war, will be shown at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as part of a two-day series of events focused on the war-torn region. “Gender, War and Violence: Remembering the 1990s War on the Balkans,” organized by the Duke University-UNC Gender, War … Continued
The Spanish for the Professions Minor in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences prepares students for bilingual careers in the business, communications and healthcare professions.
Rachel M. Myrick of Charlotte, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has won a Rhodes Scholarship, the world’s oldest and best known awards for graduate study.
Approximately 1,400 middle schoolers will explore the universe with research-grade robotic telescopes over the next three years, thanks to a $1.6 million program funded by the National Science Foundation.
University trustee and Carolina alumnus Alston Gardner ’77 has received the 2012 Dean’s Award for Distinguished Service to the College of Arts and Sciences.
The German Academic Exchange Service has named senior Michelle Lucas a 2012-2013 Young Ambassador. The Young Ambassadors Program recognizes undergraduate students who have recently studied abroad or interned in Germany. At their home institutions, they promote studying in Germany, acting as a liaison for the organization also known as Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD). Lucas, a German studies and geographic … Continued
UNC archaeologist Jodi Magness will be featured on the big screen — literally — when the IMAX movie, Jerusalem, debuts in June 2013.