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a reef completely swamped by a benthic cyanobacterial bloom at the Salt Pier in Bonaire, Netherlands.

Shedding new light on coral Black Band Disease

UNC-Chapel Hill biologists examine the links between microbial mats and a type of coral disease that has become an urgent conservation concern, and they suggest mitigation strategies to help reduce its spread.

Excavations by UNC-Chapel Hill archaeologist reveal first known depictions of two biblical heroines, episode in ancient Jewish art

This 10th season of excavations in the ancient Galilean synagogue at Huqoq uncovers intricate mosaic floor panels dating back nearly 1,600 years.

Meet a Summer Research Fellow: Ph.D. candidate John West

John West is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of psychology and neuroscience. He has been awarded a Summer Research Fellowship from The Graduate School.

“Think. Communicate. Collaborate. Create. …for meaningful lives.”

Dean’s message

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences, the place many call the heart and soul of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Group photo of the ISA and BIC staff in the FedEx Building.

New funding boosts support of Building Integrated Communities program

The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation awarded the program $1.55 million for its work in partnering with local governments statewide to create inclusive practices and policies for immigrant communities.

Steve Davis kneels down on the ground and talks to a group of students. He is standing in a trench.

Unearthing North Carolina’s past

This summer, undergraduates are experiencing history firsthand as part of the archaeology program’s field school.

Two women in Regency regalia stand talking at the Ackland Art Museum at the Jane Austen event.

Jane Austen Summer Program: Back in all its Regency glory

The Jane Austen Summer Program returned this year after a hiatus due to COVID-19. The symposium for fans of the 19th-century English author participated in an interactive mystery, writing and costuming workshops, film screenings, a Regency ball, a Sunday tea and more.

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