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Igniting Creativity

These stories show how creativity gets our gears going — how the art of making and creating is valuable to the work of faculty, students and alumni across the arts, … Continued

Cover Stories, Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

Honoring the Unfinished Work

The Process Series, which just finished its eighth season, is a very different kind of performance series. Think of it as an arts laboratory, an incubator where works-in-progress are shown … Continued

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

Students Learn to ‘BeAM’ in Telescope-Building Class

To see the stars, sometimes you have to start in the basement.

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

A Report Card for Poverty

UNC public policy professor Ashu Handa learned an early lesson about poverty that inspires his research and field work around the world.

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

Mapping Infectious Disease

Health geographer Michael Emch uses maps to track infectious diseases in the developing world.

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

PlayMakers Vivienne Benesch: Creating ‘Richer and Deeper Art’

Vivienne Benesch recently became producing artistic director of PlayMakers Repertory Company, the professional theater in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

Entrepreneurial Opportunities Inspire Comic Book Nonprofit

Will Jarvis ’16 knew two things from an early age: He wanted to attend Carolina, and he wanted to work in venture capital. He counted on UNC and a liberal … Continued

Features, Inside, Issues, Spring 2016

Reveling in Reinvention

Three alumni forge unconventional career paths with their Carolina liberal arts degrees.

Features, Issues, Spring 2016

From NPR lawyer to international photographer: Neal Jackson (political science ’65)

You’ll find this quote from French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson on Neal Jackson’s web site: “Photography is nothing — it’s life that interests me.”

Features, Issues, Spring 2016

England’s first black High Sheriff: Peaches Golding (biology ’76)

From her earliest childhood, Peaches Golding had both a love of science and an international outlook.

Features, Issues, Spring 2016