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Landscape photo shows the paramo or high altitude grasslands in Ecuador.

A Terrific Trio

Three undergraduate researchers, under the leadership of UNC-Chapel Hill geographer Diego Riveros-Iregui, spent two months in Ecuador’s northern Andes Mountains exploring climate change.

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Hettleman Award winner William Sturkey

William Sturkey is an associate professor in the Department of History and a recipient of the 2020 Hettleman Award for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement.

Larry Sabato

Election analyst Larry Sabato to deliver Frey Lecture Oct. 28

Election analyst and Frey Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor Larry Sabato will speak about the November election in a conversation with UNC political science professor Jason Roberts on Oct. 28 at 5:30 p.m.. Learn more about the webinar.

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Making “Public” Economic Data Accessible

Professor Noreen McDonald and her team are collecting data in four major categories: employment, spending, transportation, and housing.

Fall 2020 Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine is now online

The fall 2020 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences — our first virtual-only issue in our 15 years of publication, a change made due to the pandemic — is now online.

Chris Clark on the left with the book cover for his "Gaining Voice" book on the right.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights books by College faculty and alumni each month. Featured book: Christopher Clark’s “Gaining Voice: The Causes and Consequences of Black Representation in the American States.”

A donkey representing Democrats stands at a podium at debates an elephant representing the Republican Party.

Presidential debates: how to watch and why

Carolina’s experts urge voters to go beyond debate soundbites, to think about how candidates prepare and to consider how debates could influence the 2020 election.