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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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Meet the new Carolina Postdoctoral Program fellows

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce the 2023-2025 Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity Fellows (CPPFD). Three fellows are from the College of Arts and Sciences.

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COIL enriches language learning with cross-cultural connections

Hundreds of Tar Heels are sharpening their language skills on campus by connecting with students abroad through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) courses.

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Rooted: Bob Pleasants

Bob Pleasants in the Office for Undergraduate Research has been contributing to research at Carolina for 14 years.

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The Father Effect

Shauna Cooper in the department of psychology and neuroscience has spent over a decade studying Black fathers and their roles in child development.

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Gift establishes first endowed term professorship for the new School of Civic Life and Leadership

The Orville Gordon Browne (OGB) Foundation has made a $1 million gift to the UNC-Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences to establish an endowed term professorship in Carolina’s School of Civic Life and Leadership.

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Researchers awarded NSF grant to support the future of semiconductors

The award supports a collaborative project between UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University. Researchers will develop a new short-wave infrared light camera and train a diverse group of students in using innovative technologies.

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