As the next step in an accomplished career of teaching and research, Blair L.M. Kelley will join UNC as a professor and the next director of the Center for the Study of the American South.
Britney Hong published a virtual magazine that seeks to answer the question: How do American authors from the South use writing to reconcile their intersecting identities?
Monarch butterflies are now endangered due to deforestation and localized weather events, but there are steps that members of the public can take to help.
Research performed by Carolina geologist Kevin Stewart and his students in Sparta, North Carolina, contributes to statewide earthquake planning.
The U.S. Department of Education will award $12 million to UNC’s six area studies centers, which provide resources, programming and outreach opportunities for the study of specific regions and languages.
A group of researchers and students excavated a Jewish synagogue and found mosaics of religious art that formed an important milestone in Jewish artwork.
The applied sciences and engineering minor prepares students for a practical application of their skills through five core classes and electives from different science departments.
Karla Slocum, the College’s new senior associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion, has made great progress in bringing the community together since she assumed the position last September.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Institute for the Arts and Humanities Advisory Board empowers faculty to achieve their full potential by creating community and cultivating leadership.
Inside This Issue
A Campaign for the People: In our cover package, read how the Campaign for Carolina benefited students, faculty and programs across the College. ALSO INSIDE: Southern voices, Starworks, Teens and tech. Click on the magazine cover to view a reader-friendly flipbook.
Letter From the Dean
Dean Jim White shares successes from the Campaign for Carolina and what's next for the College.
Give to Carolina
With groundbreaking research linking social media habits to brain changes, the Winston National Center on Technology Use, Brain and Psychological Development also provides career training and public awareness. A $10 million gift in March 2022 from the Winston Family Foundation created the center.