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Readers responded with wonderful details about this photo labeled “Lectures before laptops,” featuring the late Father James Devereux’s 1975 English class, which we published in our spring ’15 issue.
Scores of UNC alumni have launched careers in the film and TV industry thanks to a communication studies internship program that sends students to Hollywood for prestigious internships at production … Continued
Karen Gil, who will step down as dean at the end of the academic year to return to the department of psychology, provided much-needed stability during her tenure and implemented … Continued
Assistant professor Seth Kotch hopes to provide a glimpse into the experiences of everyday people and activists from the civil rights era. In collaboration with Duke researchers, he is creating … Continued
UNC students Caroline Orr ’16 and Norman Archer ’17 have teamed up to bring JR’s Inside Out photography project to UNC, with a theme focused on water.
The new Go Anywhere Initiative, a partnership between Honors Carolina and University Career Services, helps students explore not only what they want to do, but who they want to be … Continued
When Rob Parker walked through the doors of the Arts and Sciences Foundation as its new executive director in October 2014, he already had a deep appreciation for its mission.
In 1975, while alumni were drawing up the charter for the Arts and Sciences Foundation, these Carolina students were crowded into Dr. James Devereux’s English class.
The College of Arts and Sciences has received a $5 million gift to provide Dean Karen M. Gil with “say yes” funds that empower department chairs to be agile, responsive … Continued