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Caleb King (pictured in a Genome Sciences Building lab) will lead the Institute for Convergent Science. (photo by Donn Young)

A homecoming for a convergent scientist

After 16 years in Rwanda, physician and renewable-energy entrepreneur Caleb King returns to his alma mater to lead the UNC Institute for Convergent Science, a partnership of the College of Arts & Sciences, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovate Carolina.

Professor Jinsong Huang

Solar that sells

Professor Jinsong Huang is working to change the renewable power industry with his perovskite solar cell method that will make solar energy more affordable.

Matthew Andrews

Historian Matthew Andrews extends his hit streak with students

Historian Matthew Andrews discusses his path to teaching and success in connecting with students.

PlayMakers Repertory Company presents Tony Award winning musical Ragtime

  PlayMakers Repertory Company proudly presents “Ragtime,” the Tony Award-winning epic musical that captures the electric, chaotic, at once hopeful and desolate world that was America at the turn of the last century. Directed with a prescient 21st century lens by Zi Alikhan in his PlayMakers debut, the production runs from November 20 to December 15. America at the dawn … Read more

Honors in London, Winston House begin anniversary celebrations

3,882 miles. That is the distance between Chapel Hill and London. But for the past 30 years, Honors Carolina has made that distance seem smaller by connecting Carolina’s best and brightest students to the international academic community. Both the Honors in London Program and Winston House, Honors Carolina’s London home and the hub for UNC study abroad programs across Europe, … Read more

Bryn Walker

Bee-hind the Scenes

Bryn Walker, a junior from Morrisville, N.C., is president of the Carolina Beekeeping Club. Walker’s experience at Carolina has been shaped by her passion for beekeeping.

A sign points the way to global opportunities at a Study Abroad Fair on campus. (photo by Kristen Chavez)

UNC ranks 17th among U.S. universities for study abroad in 2019 ‘Open Doors’ report

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks 17th among U.S. higher education institutions for the number of students earning credit for study abroad for the second year in a row, according to the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) 2019 Open Doors Report.

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