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A primary primer

Political science professor Sarah A. Treul shares her expertise on America’s confusing primary election process.

Yi Zhou

Mastering Mandarin for Business

With nearly 1 billion speakers, Mandarin Chinese is the most spoken language in the world. That’s almost 15 percent of the global population — and why UNC Asian studies professor Yi Zhou has spent the past decade teaching advanced Mandarin courses to undergraduate and MBA students.

Navin Bapat's new book is "Monsters to Destroy: Understanding the War on Terror." (photo by Kristen Chavez)

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. Featured book: “Monsters to Destroy: Understanding the War on Terror (Oxford University Press, November 2019) by Navin A. Bapat.”

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Entrepreneurship infused

Carolina students from the Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship and Kenan-Flagler Business School carve inventive learning paths that combine anything-but-ordinary experiences.

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#GDTBATH: Jonah Lewis

By day, junior Jonah Lewis studies history and information science at Carolina. But at night, you’ll find him performing comedy at open mic nights around Chapel Hill.

Students with their study abroad leaders Afroz Taj and John Caldwell at a site in India.

Taj recognized as 2020 MLK Unsung Hero

Associate professor Afroz Taj of the Asian studies department was the faculty honoree while the staff honoree was Dawna Jones, assistant dean of students and chair of the Carolina Black Caucus.

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Correcting vaccine misinformation is a difficult process, Carolina study shows

UNC-Chapel Hill researchers examined how negative media coverage of the HPV vaccine impacted vaccination rates in Denmark to better understand the damage misinformation causes.