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UNC English Majors Through the Ages. Illustration of portraits by Daniel Wallace, of imagined students from 1795, 1863, 1927, 1950, 1968 and 2022.

You’re invited to a big bash in fall 2021

We asked prolific author Daniel Wallace to help us generate excitement for a big birthday; English was first taught to students in 1795.
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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