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Annual lecture focuses on reconnecting a fragmented culture

As technology continues to bring the world to our fingertips, our culture is becoming more fragmented and losing the common grounds that connect people.


Wagner wins Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition, advances to regionals in Charlotte early 2016

Nick Wagner, a doctoral student in psychology and neuroscience in the College of Arts and Sciences, won UNC-Chapel Hill’s first-ever Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition on Nov. 4. The other two winners were also from the College.


Kelly Hogan to deliver winter commencement address at Carolina

Kelly Hogan, director of instructional innovation for the College of Arts and Sciences and senior STEM lecturer in the biology department, will be the featured speaker at Carolina’s December Commencement.


UNC-Chapel Hill honors veterans and military-affiliated employees and students on Veterans Day

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will hold two separate, but linked ceremonies to honor the military on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.


A Tar Heel Helping Hand at The New York City Marathon

Ethan Lievense, an M.A. ’17 candidate in sport administration in the department of exercise and sport science in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences guided a 50-year-old blind man from Ireland named Tony Ward in running the New York City Marathon on Nov. 1.


UNC Parr Center for Ethics: Facilitating Conversations

As the new director of the UNC Parr Center for Ethics, Russ Shafer-Landau wants to reach — and energize — a larger, broader audience.


PlayMakers presents ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ for the holidays

The multiple Tony Award-winning play with music, which opens Nov. 18, tells the story of the boy who becomes Peter Pan. Special events associated with the production begin Nov. 9.