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Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book: “Reading Medieval Ruins: Urban Life and Destruction in Sixteenth-Century Japan” by Morgan Pitelka.


A winter view of the Old Well as seen through the branches of a holly tree with red berries.

Newest distinguished professors, fall 2022

More than half a dozen faculty members received one of the highest honors the University can bestow. Two are in the College.


BEAM staff participate in training on the RYOBI tools.

BeAM enhances capabilities with gift of new RYOBI power tools

RYOBI Tools, a product line known for innovative and versatile design, has outfitted the campus makerspaces with a range of tools and equipment.


A graphic illustrates high energy states.

Nuclear popcorn: Heavy nucleus changes shapes at different energies

A new paper sheds light on the nature of atomic nuclei.


Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz, Miriam and Tom Zietlow, and Dean Jim White.

Statewide civic engagement project inaugurated through alumni gift

Carolina Public Humanities announced the creation of the Zietlow Civic Engagement Project in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Megan Castle types on her laptop at a desk in Graham Memorial lounge.

Students share their favorite study spots for finals season

Whether you prefer spaces with plenty of chatter, absolute silence or outdoor ambience, there’s a cozy campus spot for you.


Closeup of a hand in a glove with tweezers working on a device surrounded by biomedical equipment.

Collaborating for breakthroughs

The Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at Carolina and NC State leverages the best of both universities to create a unique program for students.


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