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Patrick Vanderjeugdt on the ledge of the clock face inside UNC's Morehead-Patterson Bell Tower.

Hark the Sound

Patrick VanderJeugdt, a senior chemistry major and sustainability minor from Waxhaw, has secret access to all the charms of Carolina’s iconic Morehead-Patterson Bell Tower.

Spring 2013 Inside, Issues, Spring 2013, The Scoop



David Godschalk and Jonathan Howes in front of a helicopter

Chronicling a decade of campus growth

David Godschalk and Jonathan Howes tell the story of the sweeping makeover of the 200-year-old UNC campus, with 6 million square feet of buildings constructed and a million square feet … Continued

Spring 2013 Chapter & Verse, College Bookshelf, Features, Inside, Spring 2013



UNC historian Fitz Brundage in front of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial on UNC’s campus,

Mapping Historical Memory

A new UNC digital collection, Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina, is creating a portrait of the state’s history through monuments, shrines and public art.

Spring 2013 Cover Stories, Features, Inside, Spring 2013



Kelly Hogan teaches

Biology lecturer inspires a ‘spirit of inquiry’ in her students

Kelly Hogan teaches a biology 101 class that enrolls nearly 400 students. But she is constantly striving for new ways to make that big class seem small.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



Della Pollock with Gladys Pendergraph-Brandon

Classroom is community for Professor Della Pollock

Professor Della Pollock founded the Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History in the historically black community of Northside in Chapel Hill.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



Pat Pukkila

Champion of Undergraduate Research: Pat Pukkila has transformed the Carolina experience

Biology professor Pat Pukkila has infused undergraduate research into the fabric of the Carolina campus. She retires this June.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



Malinda Maynor Lowery

Learning about Lumbees: Historian connects students’ research to Robeson County

Students in Malinda Maynor Lowery’s class are exploring the history and stories of Lumbee and Tuscarora people in their Robeson County homeland.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



A student team in the North Carolina High School Ethics Bowl.

What’s your dilemma? New course trains coaches for national ethics bowl

A new philosophy course trains undergraduates as coaches for high school ethics bowl teams. UNC will host a National High School Ethics Bowl this spring.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



etali Lodaya, Heidi Kim and Emily Jack in the N.C. Collection Gallery in Wilson Library

When literature and history leap off the page

Heidi Kim believes in having her students create projects that connect literature and history and stretch beyond the walls of the University.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013



Jeannie Loeb and Elizabeth Jordan in a classroom

Interactive Instruction: Psychology 101 blends online work, discussion, games

Psychology 101 is a blended classroom, where class time and space are allotted to a blend of teachable moments and exercises, rather than one extended lecture.

Spring 2013 Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2013