Skip to main content

View a list of global programs and social sciences departments.

 

People holding up signs with bright colors and symbols in the streets

The P’urhépecha Podcasts

Through community radio and podcasts, Maria Gutierrez strives to preserve her ancestral language and identity — that of an indigenous people from Michoacán, Mexico, called the P’urhépecha.


Angela Chin pictured on the left and Radhika Arora pictured on the right

Carolina Alumni Angela Chin and Radhika Arora Win Prestigious Rangel Fellowship

Following a highly competitive nationwide selection process, Radhika Arora ’18 and Angela Chin ’20 were awarded the 2021 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship.


Heidi Kim in the library stacks peers around the corner. (photo by Steve Exum)

Celebration, community, curiosity

Heidi Kim, director of Carolina’s new Asian American Center, discusses how the center’s first few months went during the pandemic, the rise in anti-Asian racism and violence nationally and locally, and a resulting “silver lining” for the center.


Spring 2021 photo of the Old Well with azaleas blooming by Donn Young.

Carolina celebrates Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

The celebration is led by the UNC Asian American Center, which was founded in 2020. The Carolina Asia Center is also hosting a series of events April 19-25.


The FedEx Global Education Center building

UNC-Chapel Hill announces new partnership with American Academy of Diplomacy

The American Academy of Diplomacy and UNC-Chapel Hill are collaborating on the production of “The General and the Ambassador,” a podcast series that focuses on how senior U.S. military leaders partner with senior U.S. ambassadors on national security challenges overseas.


Jill enjoying a hike to Cerro Tijeretas on San Cristobal Island, Galapagos.

Sharing her Galapagos research

International Womenʼs Day is an opportunity to celebrate the social, professional and cultural achievements of women all over the world. Today Jill Stewart, deputy director of the UNC Center for Galapagos Studies, talks about her research.


Karen Hagemann's photos is on the left, her book cover on the right in this collage image.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. In honor of Women’s History Month, this month’s featured book: “The Oxford Handbook of Gender, War, and the Western World Since 1600,” edited by Karen Hagemann.