As far as steering committee co-chairs Marcie Cohen Ferris and Alice Ammerman are concerned, Carolina’s food theme is organic to the campus.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans relies on a UNC marine scientist’s expertise on major storms and the strength of the levee system protecting the city.
https://youtu.be/wStEg2ex13E Senior Deanna Zhong works a “live-in” job. As a resident advisor for the past two years under the Department of Housing and Residential Education, her primary job responsibility is to be a 24/7 resource available to residents. Zhong juggles a psychology and economics double major in the College of Arts and Sciences with ensuring student safety, remedying flooded basements and enforcing quiet … Continued
Faculty, staff and graduate students have had a full and fruitful summer in Chapel Hill — engaging students in research about topics from climate change to archaeology, helping teachers enhance their curricular content on the African diaspora, creating beautiful music and lively theater performances and more.
Six global area studies centers in the College of Arts and Sciences focus on world regions and actively promote the research and study of global issues.
Three long-serving faculty members in the College retired at the end of the spring 2015 semester after completing countless hours of service at Carolina and scholarship in the fields of anthropology, astronomy and computer science.
Excavations directed by UNC-Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences professor Jodi Magness during summer 2015 have revealed stunning new mosaics that decorated the floor of the Late Roman (fifth century) synagogue in the ancient Jewish village of Huqoq.