In The Media
July 3, 2021Who’s Talking: Jodi Magness
Religious studies professor Jodi Magness talks with WCHL about her upcoming book on Jerusalem, and her research. WCHL/Chapelboro
July 1, 2021Winning the Age Inclusion in Media Screenplay Contest for People 40+
Dana Coen, professor of the practice of communication and director of the Writing for the Screen and Stage program, recently won the Age Inclusion in Media’s Silver Bullet Screenplay Contest. … Continued
June 21, 2021Tiger Shark Makes Historic Journey From the Galapagos Marine Reserve to Cocos Island National Park
Biologist Alex Hearn recently discovered that a tiger shark had been tracked moving between the Galapagos Marine Reserve and Cocos Island National Park. Global News Wire
June 16, 2021Chrissy Teigen’s bullying and regret fit a well-known pattern. Here’s why no one will stop it.
Assistant professor of communication Alice Marwick writes about her research in online harassment and why people may participate in harassment or bullying campaigns online. NBC News
June 7, 2021Dead Sea Scrolls scholar flushes out mystery
Religious studies professor Jodi Magness discussed her archaeological research in ancient Qumran at a recent Dead Sea Scrolls Conference, featured by the The Jerusalem Post.
June 4, 2021UNC professor, state track COVID-19 trends in wastewater
Coastal Review Online writes about the work by professor Rachel Noble and her lab of testing wastewater samples for COVID-19 particles. Coastal Review Online
June 3, 2021One of a kind Oyster Reef installed in Beaufort
An NBC affiliate in Beaufort, N.C. features a collaborative project by marine sciences professor Niels Lindquist, a sculptor, and a local fisherman involving a 50 foot octopus oyster reef sculpture. … Continued