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Jonathan Lucas stands in front of a body of water.

From Marine to marine scientist

Graduating master’s student Jonathan Lucas traded his military fatigues and boots for wetsuits and waders to return to school and earn a master’s degree in marine sciences.

Three performing arts seniors prepare for their next role

A music performance major, a vocal performance major and a theatre studies major reflect on their time at Carolina.

Using neuroscience to help others

Daniel Ogunbamowo, once at risk of flunking out of school, turned his life around, got accepted to Carolina on a Morehead-Cain Scholarship and has continued to seize every opportunity since.

Savannah Netwon peaks from behind a flowering bush in the Coker Arboretum. Photo by Donn Young.

A passion for social justice

Savannah Newton has spent years volunteering with a human relations nonprofit based in Greensboro. She is helping a professor study the impact of COVID-19 on precarious workers in New York City.

Tim Sloan

Finding a different path

Tim Sloan developed a passion for writing and honed his skills with the support from faculty members and classmates. He’ll now take his newfound interest to inspire a new generation of students as a middle school English teacher.

Tylar Watson with hands in the air on the lawn near the Bell Tower.

Graduating senior Tylar Watson prepares for career at Twitter

Tylar Watson — a computer science and women’s and gender studies double major — has been an advocate for underrepresented populations in tech.

Book cover of "Putting Skill to Work" on the left; photo of Nichola Lowe on the right standing on a staircase. Photo of Lowe by Alyssa LaFaro.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book: “Putting Skill to Work: How to Create Good Jobs in Uncertain Times” by Nichola Lowe.