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A crowd of graduates at UNC's 2016 Spring commencement ceremony. A girl stands in the center, her back turned; her graduation cap reads: Cheers 2016

Lookout Scholars Program provides new resources to first-generation students

The Lookout Scholars Program will help first-generation students succeed on their path to graduation.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



A view of the renovated Hill Hall rotunda and skylight

Music community celebrates Hill Hall transformation

It’s been 87 years since Hill Hall was first dedicated as the home of UNC’s department of music. On Feb. 8, this storied building was presented anew after a $15 … Continued

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



Think Tank members Jonathan Reckford and Julia Grumbles laugh at a comment; behind them is Terry Rhodes, senior associate dean for fine arts and humanities. (photo by Kristen Chavez)

College Think Tank explores outside-the-box ideas

Creating a brain trust of strategic advisers was part of Kevin Guskiewicz’s plan even before he became dean in January 2016.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



The demolition of the old Venable building in 2008

#Throwback (spring 2017)

The demolition of (old) Venable Hall, which began in January 2008.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



The courtyard between Venable and Murray halls,

Ten Years After: Carolina First gifts elevate faculty and student experiences

As the University launches a new fundraising campaign this fall, we are looking at how gifts made during the Carolina First campaign (1999-2007) continue to strengthen the arts and sciences.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



James Klinger, Kate Henz and Lachonya Williams

New senior leadership team for business operations

A new senior leadership team will work closely to oversee business operations in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



Students participate in a history class in Greenlaw 101

Reimagining Gen Ed curriculum for 2019

The College of Arts & Sciences is updating its General Education curriculum — the first major overhaul since the “Making Connections” curriculum was put into place in 2006.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



Views of the Bell Tower at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

College funds new team-taught courses

Six new interdisciplinary, team-taught courses will be offered across the College beginning in fall 2017 in disciplines ranging from physics and astronomy to public policy to art.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



An empty two-lane road

Less driving linked to decrease in roadway fatalities

A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that a significant decrease in automobile travel from 2003-2014 correlated with a decrease in the number of crash deaths.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop



Gabrielle Beaudry takes a selfie as she gets sprayed with water by an elephant

Celebrating 10 years of Phillips Ambassadors

The Phillips Ambassadors program is celebrating 10 years of supporting students’ study abroad experiences in Asia.

Spring 2017 Inside, Issues, Spring 2017, The Scoop