“Health and Happiness” and “Death and Dying” are two of five “Ideas, Information and Inquiry” courses, also called “Triple I” or “III” for short, that are being pilot-tested in spring 2019.
The Research Laboratories of Archaeology created a walking tour to show the dozen places on campus where archaeologists excavated and made discoveries about life before the University’s founding and during its first 100 years.
With the mass adoption of streaming video services and last yearʼs repeal of net neutrality rules, how consumers interact with the internet is poised to change in unprecedented ways. Two UNC economists create tools to help industry analysts and policymakers chart a course through the uncertainty. Itʼs not hard to imagine that the World Wide Web might have turned … Continued
The UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate School has honored 20 graduate students in programs throughout the University with the 2019 Impact Awards and Horizon Awards. The awards celebrate the graduate students’ powerful discoveries that contribute to a better future for people and communities in North Carolina.
Anthropologist and archaeologist Anna Agbe-Davies uncovers little-known histories of African-American women by looking at the homes that shaped their lives
As Senior Associate Dean for Fine Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts & Sciences since 2012, Rhodes has long championed the value of the arts and humanities to a well-rounded education throughout her more than three decades at Carolina.
Each year, the University recognizes faculty, staff and students for outstanding teaching. Many of the winners are in the College of Arts & Sciences.