The third annual National High School Ethics Bowl will bring 22 teams from across North America to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill April 10-11. Hosted by The Parr Center for Ethics in UNC-Chapel Hill’s College of Arts and Sciences, students will exercise their philosophical, analytical thinking and ethical muscles as they address topical issues.
The master of fine arts program in costume production at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is going sci-fi. Students and faculty from UNC-Chapel Hill’s graduate costume production program will create high-quality replicas of iconic costumes from classic science fiction cinema for use in future displays at the new Museum of Science Fiction in Washington, DC.
In 1915, former UNC President Kemp Battle requested that in 1965 and 2015 that a member of the University community write an essay reflecting on the changes of the past 50 and 100 years — using the Montgomery Ward catalogs as a guide. On April 8, the history department and UNC Library will continue the challenge.
In a new article published in the American Sociological Review, sociologists Michael Biggs of the University of Oxford and Kenneth T. “Andy” Andrews of UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences provide compelling evidence that protest can make a difference.
Next Level hip-hop artists will present at a pop-up performance between classes from 12:05 p.m. to 12:20 p.m. Wed. April 15 in the James and Florence Peacock Atrium at the FedEx Global Education Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Board of Governors of the 17-campus University of North Carolina has selected UNC-Chapel Hill’s Terry Sullivan, an associate professor in the Department of Political Science, for a 2015 Award for Excellence in Teaching. Sullivan is one of 17 recipients, nominated by special committees on their home campuses and selected by the Board of Governors’ Committee on Personnel and Tenure
Author Terry Tempest Williams believes national parks are under siege, and on March 24 – in front of a crowd that included UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt — she urged people to become informed about what’s happening.