Annual Veterans Day ceremonies celebrate the students, faculty and staff who serve or have served in the military.
On this episode of the “Well Said” UNC podcast, Steve Davis discusses an archaeological discovery at the Carolina Inn and how he uses 3D technology to preserve moments in time. For Steve Davis, archaeology is everywhere. “I mean, it’s literally right underneath your feet if you know what to work for,” said Davis. As the associate director of Carolina’s Research … Continued
Chemistry professor Gary Pielak, a recipient of a UNC Lifetime Mentoring Award, includes undergraduates and graduate students as co-authors on his research, like in a recent paper in PNAS on how protein shape modulates crowing effects in the cell. He says working with students is the best part of his job. In 1973, Gary Pielak was set on becoming an … Continued
Senior Jackson Richards learns how to build a successful research project and implement skills he obtained in the classroom.
Kou Yang, an exercise and sport science major, lets curiosity guide him in the research lab at the Gfeller Center, where he’s uncovered his desire to become an athletic trainer.
UNC-Chapel Hill receives $3.4 million commitment to advance its signature Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received a $3.4 million gift commitment from the Charles Koch Foundation to support the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program, one of the most popular and fastest-growing minors in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Junior Allison Ruvidich spent a summer researching the life and contributions of Elizabeth Lay Green, the wife of beloved playwright Paul Green.