Seniors in the public policy capstone course apply the interdisciplinary analytical skills they’ve been developing over four years to address major public policy problems for government agencies and nonprofits.
Ashley Thrower came to Carolina for one reason: to get a college degree and become a physician. Even when she gave birth to her daughter Ava in 2014, Thrower never strayed away from that goal.
Theorists, experimentalists, and computational scientists will come together to answer grand challenge physics questions at UNC-Chapel Hill’s new CoSMS Institute.
Two College of Arts and Sciences professors — Richard “Pete” Andrews and J. Steven Reznick — have been inducted into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. The honor, created in 1963, is among the most prestigious awards presented by the governor of North Carolina for extraordinary public service to the state. Andrews received the award this spring, and Reznick … Continued
Eli Hornstein’s comfort zone extends further than most — spanning not only oceans and continents but also academic disciplines. Hornstein ’14 lived in Eretria at age five, when his family spent a year there as part of his parents’ Fulbright grants. After high school, he took a gap year that sent him all over the map, literally and figuratively. In … Continued
The UNC Joint Applied Math and Marine Sciences Fluids Lab won the top prize, the Milton van Dyke Award, a coveted poster award at the 68th annual meeting of the American Physical Society’s Division of Fluid Dynamics.
Eleven UNC students recently got a first-hand look inside the machinery and history of the USS North Carolina.