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UNC English Majors Through the Ages. Illustration of portraits by Daniel Wallace, of imagined students from 1795, 1863, 1927, 1950, 1968 and 2022.

You’re invited to a big bash in fall 2021

Spring 2021
We asked prolific author Daniel Wallace to help us generate excitement for a big birthday; English was first taught to students in 1795.
Trees in a forest

By Land

Fall 2020
Tyree Daye, assistant professor of creative writing, shares his poem "By Land" from his new collection, Cardinal.
Old Well with yellow tulips

Carolina in my mind (online exclusive)

Spring 2020
As we move to remote teaching, learning and working, many of us are missing these views. As an online-only Finale, here are some virtual backgrounds to use for your meetings, classes and more.
JJ Bauer

Places and spaces

Fall 2019
An updated version of art professor John Allcott’s seminal The Campus at Chapel Hill: Two Hundred Twenty-Five Years of Architecture was published this fall.
A view of two glaciers in the Juneau Icefield with snow in the foreground. Photo by Andrew Opila.

A View of Two Glaciers

Spring 2019
UNC junior Carly Onnink was inspired to write this poem after participating in fieldwork last summer through the Juneau Icefield Research Program.
Illustration by Will Black, who graduated from Carolina in 2011 with degrees in fine art and history. Since 2017, Black has worked as an administrative support specialist in the College of Arts & Sciences’ Dean’s Office. He is an avid traveler and lover of history, art and architecture, drawing from these passions in his tribute to Carolina’s 225th birthday. To celebrate the occasion, Black created a collage of the University’s most iconic structures and landscape features. The collage features the Old Well, Playmakers Theatre, Old East, South Building, the Bell Tower and the Davie Poplar.

Celebrating Carolina’s 225th

Fall 2018
To celebrate Carolina's 225th birthday, artist and alumnus Will Black created a collage of the University’s most iconic structures and landscape features.
Justin Baumann, a Ph.D. student in the College’s department of marine sciences, works alongside Mariko Wallen, a local diver, in Placencia, Belize. To gather data on how certain types of coral respond to stressors (like warmer water temperatures), Baumann partnered with Fragments of Hope, a Belizean NGO dedicated to conserving coral reefs in the Caribbean. (photo by Mary Lide Parker)

Conserving Corals in the Caribbean

Spring 2018

Justin Baumann, a Ph.D. student in the College’s department of marine sciences, works alongside Mariko Wallen, a local diver, in Placencia, Belize.

Oliver Jones wears a Carolina backpack at the peak of Dragon's Back hiking trail in Hong Kong

Follow us and share

Fall 2017

Tar Heels who travel the globe, are you willing to share your adventures? Follow @unccollege, @uncstudyabroad and @uncglobal on Instagram and use #HeelsAbroad to share your photos.

Jim Hirschfield’s bead art by Paul Hester at the International Arrivals Hall in Terminal E of George Bush International Airport in Houston.

Beads

Spring 2017

An installation by Jim Hirschfield and Sonya Ishii, Beads welcomes visitors to the International Arrivals Hall in Terminal E of George Bush International Airport in Houston.

A pile of chicken spice rub seasoning

All-Purpose Rub

Fall 2016

Many rub recipes are for particular kinds of meat, but here’s an all-purpose rub that’s good with everything from chicken to pork, beef to bologna. Shoot, it’s even good on popcorn.

Cover of the spring 2022 Carolina Arts & Sciences features Nikki Salazar, an undergraduate student, in Barcelona, Spain.

Inside This Issue

Re-opening the World: Study Abroad's COVID playbook. ALSO INSIDE: Pollution-cleaning plastics. Tackling tough subjects. Pandemic parallels. Click on the magazine cover to view a reader-friendly flipbook.

Letter From the Dean

It is bittersweet for me to realize that this is my last dean’s message for Carolina Arts & Sciences as I prepare to retire at the end of the semester, wrapping up 35 wonderful years of service to UNC-Chapel Hill.

Edie Summey scuba diving

Give to Carolina

John Summey and his late wife, Edie, knew they wanted to help students succeed for generations to come. As lifelong adventurists, they endowed two scholarships to support undergraduate Honors students and study abroad. "We greatly valued the high quality of education we received and the experiences we had at Carolina," John said.

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