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2023 Hettleman Prizes awarded to five exceptional early-career faculty

The annual Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement have been awarded to five promising faculty members who exemplify groundbreaking and innovative research. Three of the winners are in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Madison Woo looks at human muscle cells through a microscope while Kellie Konitzer reads instructions during the class "Comparative Physiology" on March 20, 2019. During the lab, students analyzed the difference in human skeletal muscle cells, cardiac muscle cells, and smooth muscle cells. (Megan May/UNC Research)

$500,000 grant to support undergraduate researchers in biotechnology/drug discovery

The Office for Undergraduate Research in the College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a four-year, $500,000 grant from the Amgen Foundation to develop an undergraduate Amgen Scholars Program at UNC-Chapel Hill.

A row of sports equipment for various sports lies on a grassy field. Examples include a basketball, tennis rackets, sport shoes, a baseball bat, etc.

UNC sport administration ranked third globally

 For the first time, the graduate program in sport administration at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been ranked among the top five graduate programs in sport business in the world.

College announces inaugural faculty for School of Civic Life and Leadership

Nine faculty members will develop the School of Civic Life and Leadership’s vision and curriculum while leading the search for a new dean.

Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz leads a line of faculty members as they march in the University Day processional outside.

Campus to celebrate University Day Oct. 12

Themed “Service to Our State,” this year’s event features a panel discussion, awards and food trucks.

Fall 2023 Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine online now

Check out the redesigned Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine website, which debuts with our fall 2023 issue. The companion print edition of the College of Arts and Sciences’ alumni magazine will also be making its way to campus mailboxes soon.

Hans Paerl sits in a bot holding a water bottle full of green algae-colored water.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book is “Climate Change and Estuaries” (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group), edited by Michael J. Kennish, Hans W. Paerl and Joseph R. Crosswell.

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