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Podcast hosts and guests sit on a stage in the FedEx Global Education Center.

UNC’s Diplomacy Initiative hosts live recording of prominent podcast

Co-hosts from the “Brussels Sprouts” podcast discussed the upcoming Russian presidential election in a live event at UNC-Chapel Hill. They interviewed UNC political science professor Graeme Robertson and King’s College London professor Samuel Greene.


(left to right) Kiernan Almand, Aidan Maguire, Ethan Severson, Callie Kim, Jack Preble and John Cole McGee in suits.

Six undergraduates selected as UNC Phillips Ambassadors for study in Asia

Six new Phillips Ambassadors have been selected to study abroad in Spring 2024 in Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.


Professional shot of Kat Goodpaster, the FedEx Global Education Center in the background.

Global Heel: Kat Goodpaster

Passion for the Russian language has propelled the academic and professional journey of the UNC Russian Flagship Program assistant director.


A group of students pose in front of the old well holding an Ecuadorian flag and a UNACH flag.

Connecting Indigenous youth in Ecuador and North Carolina

An international exchange program with UNC and the National University of Chimborazo builds connections between Indigenous students from across the world. 


Collage, from left: Book cover for "Colonial Reckoning" and a photo of Louis Perez.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts and Sciences faculty and alumni. The December featured book is “Colonial Reckoning: Race and Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Cuba” (Duke University Press) by Louis A. Pérez Jr.


Two lines of seated students face a small panel of five in a classroom.

Diplomacy Week shows students the stepping stones from Carolina to careers in D.C.

Students connected with alumni and leading experts throughout the week—now an annual tradition of UNC’s Diplomacy Initiative—to explore careers in global problem-solving.


Mohamed Mwamzandi teaches in front of a classroom.

COIL enriches language learning with cross-cultural connections

Hundreds of Tar Heels are sharpening their language skills on campus by connecting with students abroad through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) courses.


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