The Karen M. Gil Internship Program in Psychology was launched this fall and offers extensive psychology and professional training.
Senior biomedical engineering student Jeff Powell used a 3-D printer in the basement of Phillips Hall to build a prosthetic hand for 7-year-old Holden Mora of Chapel Hill.
At a teach-in with students on Sept. 12, 2001, communication studies professor Cori Dauber told the students she feared the 9/11 attacks would become the defining event for their generation – “truly another Pearl Harbor” – yet strangely different.
Two founders of international nonprofits and a military officer have been honored with Distinguished Young Alumni Awards by the General Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ray Burby, a professor emeritus of city and regional planning, has been awarded the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning’s (ACSP) Distinguished Educator Award.
College of Arts and Sciences students Raymond Blackwell, John Cruickshank and Fedor Kossakovski have created a new publication called Event Horizon. It’s a submission-based online magazine that dedicates itself to sharing stories and art inspired by science.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks 32nd among the world’s top 500 research universities, according to the inaugural U.S. News and World Report “Best Global Universities” rankings.