In The Media
October 5, 2021One on One: Bland Simpson’s North Carolina
“Bland Simpson’s new book, North Carolina: Land of Water, Land of Sky is stuffed full of color photographs of sights across North Carolina taken by Simpson’s wife, Ann Cary Simpson, … Continued
September 29, 2021Building back better: Ensuring Black babies thrive in their first 1000 days
“Time is ticking as we continue to deal with the global pandemic, climate change, racial unrest and an economy clearly not working for everyone. Our babies, the future of our … Continued
September 25, 2021Your iPhone already tracks your steps. What if it tracked your mood, too?
Mitch Prinstein, professor of psychology and neuroscience, spoke to Popular Science about using Apple technology to track mental health conditions. Popular Science
September 24, 2021It’s Time to Cancel the Word ‘Rigor’
Far too many faculty members still think a challenging course should be like an obstacle race: You, as the instructor, set up the tasks and each student has to finish … Continued
September 23, 2021This Wet and Water-Loving Land
The fall issue of Coastwatch magazine features an excerpt from Kenan Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing Bland Simpson’s new book, North Carolina: Land of Water, Land of Sky. Coastwatch magazine
September 22, 2021What were Israel’s archaeological advances during COVID?
The Huqoq excavation, led by Jodi Magness in the department of religious studies, was featured in a Jerusalem Post article. “A few years ago, during an excavation led by the … Continued
September 20, 2021The Fight Over Tenure Is Not Really About Tenure
Molly Worthen, associate professor of history, wrote a New York Times opinion article about the push to ban university professor tenure. The New York Times