An interdisciplinary team made its third trip to Nepal to study the effects of climate change on the pristine Gokyo Lakes. Enjoy this story and other stories on our website all week in celebration of University Research Week Oct. 10-14.
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The annual Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement have been awarded to four promising faculty members who exemplify groundbreaking and innovative research along with future career promise. Winners from the College are Danielle Christmas and Frank … Read more
Brian Hogan’s journey to becoming a teaching professor in the College of Arts and Science’s chemistry department has been anything but a straight path. But through perseverance and asking for help, the Tar Heel found a way to quiet the … Read more
Junior Stephanie Caddell spent three weeks on a research vessel in the Atlantic Ocean studying microbial activity in the deep ocean. Both the research she completed and the journey itself increased her passion for understanding and protecting the earth. “We … Read more
Biden’s plan to tackle the student loan crisis is a good start, but it doesn’t do enough to address racial disparities, says public policy expert Fenaba Addo. The associate professor of public policy, who is also a Carolina Population Center … Read more
BeAM, Carolina’s makerspace network, is home to a variety of tools and technologies available to Tar Heels across all majors. This summer, senior Levi Tox used those tools and his expertise as a maker to create an efficient — and … Read more
UNC-Chapel Hill area studies centers will receive approximately $12 million in competitive federal Title VI funding to support language and area studies coursework, global programming and events, and outreach and opportunities for educators.
Tar Heels gathered in the Dean Smith Center for New Student Convocation, and the Carolina community welcomed students to campus for the first week of classes, which began on Aug. 15.
Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book, just in time for back to school, is Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom by Kelly A. Hogan … Read more
Research at Carolina drives innovation and breakthroughs in many fields of impactful study, from gene therapies and drug development to population studies to coastal resilience.