In The Media
September 25, 2020Launching a universe: NC author’s first YA novel debuts on NYT Best Sellers list
The News & Observer interviews author Tracy Deonn (communication BA ’05 and MA ’08) about her new book, Legendborn, which … Continued
September 25, 2020‘When You Get Into Unschooling, It’s Almost Like a Religion’
History professor Molly Worthen writes this opinion piece for the New York Times about the concept of ‘unschooling’ where the … Continued
September 22, 2020Researchers Collecting Data to Learn More About Storms
Marine sciences and IMS joint professor Hans Paerl spoke with Spectrum News about hurricanes, climate, and his recent study about … Continued
September 16, 2020Is the American Dream Out of Reach for Millennials?
Roberto Quercia, the Harris Distinguished Professor in the department of city and regional planning, is interviewed by WUNC on home … Continued
September 15, 2020Unpopular teens could be at higher risk of heart conditions later in life, study suggests
Mitch Prinstein, the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor in the department of psychology and neuroscience, is quoted by CNN on … Continued
September 15, 2020Monitoring and Assessing Water Quality Across the Neuse River Estuary-Pamlico Sound Continuum
Marine sciences and IMS joint professor Hans Paerl’s long-term water quality monitoring program in the Neuse is featured in the … Continued
September 10, 2020Putin’s support is weakening. Will that show up in Russia’s regional elections this weekend?
Graeme Robertson, a professor in political science, co-authored this piece on Putin’s waning popularity. The Washington Post