Meaning of emotions may differ across the worldPsychology researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill studied languages around the world and found that the meaning of emotions may differ across speakers of different languages.
Mellon-funded fellows develop new public humanities projectsThe inaugural class of Humanities Futures undergraduate fellows began work this spring as part of the Humanities for the Public Good initiative.
Estimating the global extent of river ice lossA new study from UNC-Chapel Hill researchers found that annual river ice cover will decline by about six days for every one degree Celsius increase in global temperatures.
Transformational gift to fund sports medicine complexA transformational gift from Don and Billie Stallings will fund the physical expansion of current University programs dedicated to sports medicine, sport-related traumatic brain injury and concussion research, and create the Stallings-Evans Sports Medicine Complex.
Bringing sociology to the business worldLindsay Guzowski established a graduate student excellence fund to support graduate students in sociology who are pursuing careers outside of academia — just like she did.
Conference unites Jane Austen fans, scholarsAn annual conference brings together Jane Austen fans, scholars and others to celebrate the author and her works, engaging in academic discussions, author talks and a Regency ball.
Inside This Issue
Celebrating Carolina Firsts: National honors for first-gen efforts
Letter From the Dean
This issue celebrates the tenacity of our first-generation students — and a few of the uniquely Carolina programs that support them during their time on campus