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A (Really) Big Birthday Bash

The department of English and comparative literature celebrates 225 years of rhetoric, writing, film and literature at UNC-Chapel Hill in October.
Undergrad Joey Carter is in the water making measurements using a long pole.

A merger of land and sea

Union of geological and marine sciences disciplines erases artificial boundaries.
Tessa Davis, Kriddie Whitmore and Liz Farquhar sit on a pole with a volcano in the background.

Perseverance in the Páramo

Recent graduates Liz Farquhar and Tessa Davis spent two months in Ecuador doing research. They share how the pandemic shaped their journey.
Cover of the Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine fall 2021 features three young women in Ecuador standing in front of a volcano. The text on the cover reads: Lessons from the Andes: High-impact research at high altitudes. ALSO INSIDE: Land and sea unite, English at 225, Seeing patterns in data.

Inside This Issue

Lessons from the Andes: High-impact research at high altitudes. ALSO INSIDE: Land and sea unite, English at 225, Seeing patterns in data. Click on the magazine cover to view a reader-friendly flipbook.

Dean Terry Rhodes poses with students after a boat trip.

Letter From the Dean

At the beginning of the semester, I took a field trip to the North Carolina coast to attend Rachel Noble’s undergraduate class, “Human Impacts on Estuarine Processes.”

Thomas Wadden pictured in a black and white 1976 class photo

Give to Carolina

“I received a priceless education at Carolina,” said Thomas Wadden (Ph.D. '81), whose support will help graduate students in clinical psychology. Wadden is a clinical psychologist and educator who is known for his research in behavioral medicine and health psychology.

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