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Christian Lentz

Exploring Food and Politics in 1950s Vietnam

As a child, Christian Lentz accompanied his father, a small-town doctor in Rhode Island, on house calls in the countryside. Young Lentz began observing farms as sources of food.

Fall 2015 Faculty Up Close, Fall 2015, Features, Issues



Older photo of Jennifer Ho in high school with her mother and Uncle Frank eating food

Feeling Frank

Associate professor of English Jennifer Ho discusses her late Uncle Frank’s love for Jamaican food — the food of his youth — and about her own quest to find a … Continued

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Features, Issues



Amy Cooke outside Lenoir Hall.

First, a Food Diary

“Agriculture and the Environment,” a course offered through the curriculum for the environment and ecology, is taught by environmental ecologist Amy Cooke (Ph.D. ’07).

Fall 2015 Faculty Up Close, Fall 2015, Features, Inside, Issues, Syllabus



Jeff Dangl

Bye-bye, Bugs: Jeff Dangl is UNC’s plant disease-buster

Biologist Jeff Dangl, who conducts elegant research into how plant immune systems fight off pathogens, is helping plants increase and refine their defenses.

Fall 2015 Faculty Up Close, Fall 2015, Features, Issues



Collage of past Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine covers

A new look to launch our second decade

We celebrated 10 years and 20 issues of Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine last spring, which prompted us to think about a makeover.

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop



Joe Quigg, Bob Young and Lennie Rosenbluth wear Carolina blue graduation gowns at a reunion event

A love of Carolina basketball and poetry: Endowed professorship honors ’57 championship team, donor’s wife

Bob Young recently bequeathed $2 million to the College for the Robert F. and Patricia A. Young and the 1957 Carolina Basketball Team Professorship of Poetry.

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop



Historic photo of Kenan History Professor Emeritus Hugh Lefler with female students.

#Throwback (fall 2015 photo)

Kenan History Professor Emeritus Hugh Lefler is featured in this photo with female students. Can you help us identify anyone in the photo?

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop



Sign to the Loray Mill

UNC humanities team brings century-old mill into digital age

What was once the region’s largest textile mill under one roof is now the subject of the largest digital humanities project ever undertaken by the University.

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop



Patricia Sullivan

Two Carnegie Fellows named

Two professors have been named inaugural Andrew Carnegie Fellows by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop



Kia Caldwell

Caldwell appointed director of faculty diversity initiatives

Kia Caldwell was appointed by Dean Karen Gil to become the College’s second director of faculty diversity initiatives. Her teaching and research focus on gender and race in Brazil, black … Continued

Fall 2015 Fall 2015, Inside, Issues, The Scoop