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Asian studies chair weighs in on ‘Shogun’

Carolina professor Morgan Pitelka discusses the historical accuracy of the hit FX drama series.

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In Memoriam: Richard “Pete” Andrews

In May, the Department of Public Policy lost esteemed colleague Professor Emeritus Richard N. L. “Pete” Andrews, a faculty member in the department since 1981. The department shares this tribute to Professor Andrews.

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Commemoration and connection in Warren County

The community engagement work of Glenn Hinson, an associate professor of anthropology and American studies, and UNC-Chapel Hill students continues to expand our knowledge of racial violence and its legacy in Warren County and elsewhere in North Carolina.

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Seed grant for AI chatbot will help better track net-zero commitments

The UNC School of Data Science and Society awarded a seed grant to a UNC research team which plans to improve a fine-tuned large language model named ChatNetZero to better understand companies’ and governments’ net-zero commitments.

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Congratulations to our award-winning College faculty and staff

The College of Arts and Sciences celebrates the dozens of talented faculty and staff who received awards and honors during the spring semester.

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Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. The May featured book is “Native Nations: A Millennium in North America” by Kathleen DuVal.

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Kalleberg elected to National Academy of Sciences

Kenan Distinguished Professor of Sociology Arne Kalleberg in the College of Arts and Sciences has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.