Issue: Spring 2016
Artist and photographer Eric Pickersgill’s photo project “Removed” captures people absorbed in their mobile devices. The only catch? The devices have been removed.
Richard Grausman ’59 inspires a love of cooking in underserved high school students.
Riana Lynn ’08: ‘I want to try to impact my community and get more minority entrepreneurs doing well.’
Gini Bell ’08 forges new links for a healthier community.
Cecilia Polanco ’16 hopes to aid undocumented students through her food truck business.
Psychology department’s name change, new lab space reflect growing emphasis on neuroscience, collaborative research.
New dean Kevin Guskiewicz signals new era of big and bold for the College.
Mary Lide Parker ’10, a writer, videographer and photographer for UNC Research traveled to the Galapagos to document the work of UNC marine scientists studying the effects of El Nino.
For Sara Khan, global studies’ interdisciplinary programs have been the perfect place to better understand topics like structural violence, accessibility to health care programs and social determinants of health.
College alumni and faculty books on artisan goods, school desegregation, stories along NC 12 and more.
Excerpt from Fever Within: The Art of Ronald Lockett, edited by Bernard L. Herman (UNC Press, June 2016).
Two College of Arts and Sciences professors — Richard “Pete” Andrews and J. Steven Reznick — have been inducted into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine.
The more social ties people have at an early age, the better their health is at the beginning and end of their lives, according to a new study from UNC sociologists.
Philosophy in action is new Parr Center for Ethics director Russ Shafer-Landau’s mantra.
I’m enjoying my first semester as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and I’m delighted that this issue is devoted to exploring how to spark creativity across the disciplines.