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Anna Atencio stands with a hand on her hip on the beach.

Surveyor and storyteller

Anna Atencio was a member of the first Chancellor’s Science Scholars cohort. Now she helps tell the unseen story below the seafloor as a geophysicist on the coast of North Carolina.


Jeliyah Clark stands outside surrounded by greenery.

Stepping outside her comfort zone

Jeliyah “Liyah” Clark is among the first students from the Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program to graduate with a doctoral degree. She will become a double Tar Heel at Winter Commencement on Sunday.


Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz, Miriam and Tom Zietlow, and Dean Jim White.

Statewide civic engagement project inaugurated through alumni gift

Carolina Public Humanities announced the creation of the Zietlow Civic Engagement Project in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


An American flag is raised on a flagpole

Carolina students will help to share veterans’ stories in ‘After the War’

The Mellon Foundation-funded digital archive of veteran experiences will debut in June 2023 and is presented in part by UNC’s Southern Oral History Program. 


Robert and Pearl Seymour in 2009 (photo courtesy of Frances Jane Seymour and Robert E. Seymour III).

Pillar of Chapel Hill community leaves gift to College’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

The Seymour family has established the Dr. Robert E. Seymour Jr. Dean’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Fund in the College of Arts and Sciences.


Helping faculty break down silos, be part of ‘something bigger’

The College of Arts and Sciences’ Institute for the Arts and Humanities Advisory Board empowers faculty to achieve their full potential by creating community and cultivating leadership.


Doubling Down

The Batchelders’ two sons graduated from Carolina. So they doubled down and created an Honors Carolina Scholarship to benefit two Carolina students who share an interest in business, history or drama.


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