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Climate Game-Changers

For thousands of years, the northern Andes Mountains have acted as a carbon sink, preserving organic matter as thick soil. As the planet warms, what will happen to all that carbon? This past summer, Carolina undergraduates traveled to Ecuador to take a closer look.

Video by Alyssa La Faro, Endeavors magazine. Read the full story. 
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Cumpston Fellows on the borders

Seven Lookout Scholars connect their first generation college student identities with the idea of crossing borders in a global, research experience across Arizona and Mexico.

Read more about first generation student experiences at https://unc.live/2OupjLu
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What is Chancellor's Science Scholars?

Chancellor's Science Scholars is the premier STEM scholarship program at UNC-Chapel Hill, but it is so much more than just a financial award. Learn more at the Chancellor's Science Scholars website.
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'The power of adaptation'

An annual conference brings together passionate Jane Austen fans, scholars and more to celebrate the author and her works, engaging in academic discussions, author talks and a Regency ball. Read more at https://unc.live/2n1A7Wi.
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Taking the classroom to the diamond

Statistics major Micah Daley-Harris is taking what he's learning in the classroom to provide cutting-edge analytics for the Carolina baseball team. Read more at https://unc.live/2YVZ3wz.
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Professor, folklorist and Grammy winner: Bill Ferris

Carolina professor emeritus of history and folklorist William Ferris looks back on his career and his recent nomination for two Grammy awards. His box set, "Voices of Mississippi," which features decades of his recordings and films and was produced by Dust to Digital, is nominated for Best Historical Album and Best Liner Notes. Photos and audio are from the William Ferris Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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Jonathan Reckford to deliver Commencement address

Jonathan T.M. Reckford, who graduated from Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1984, will deliver the Commencement address at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Spring Commencement on May 12, 2019.
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Baritone Lucas Meachem shares his craft at Carolina

Grammy-winning opera singer Lucas Meachem works with Carolina students during master classes as an artist-in-residence with UNC-Chapel Hill's department of music.
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Connecting, doing and making

The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is a five-year initiative that promotes experiential learning in its theme of “Learning by Connecting, Doing and Making.”
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Emotional environment

Meredith Emery blends art and science in a multimedia project to change how the public relates to the local environment.
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225 Years of Carolina: The College

As dean, Kevin Guskiewicz is dedicated to keeping the College of Arts & Sciences “strategic, bold and student-focused.”
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Water over the bridge

Every single day, all over the world, the sea creeps up the coastline, and the distance between the top of the water and the bottom of bridges decreases, eliminating the possibility of shipping traffic for global freight to get under those structures. UNC American studies professor Rachel Willis is developing global ideas and solutions to help port communities cope with the impact of climate change.
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Chemistry Bicentennial

Carolina chemistry is celebrating its 200th birthday. A key secret to reaching this venerable milestone and achieving an international reputation has been to invest in generations of promising young scientists and to provide them with the tools they need to thrive. Today, young scholars continue to work alongside foundational members of the department.
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Reef. Sleep. Repeat

In December, graduate students from the UNC Department of Marine Sciences spent 10 days transplanting corals on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef in southern Belize. The data they collect from this research could impact coral reef conservation efforts in the future.
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Minor sets the stage

The Writing for the Screen and Stage Program at Carolina is an interdisciplinary writing program housed in the communication department. As a two-year minor, it offers undergraduate students, from all disciplines, the unique opportunity to focus specifically on the craft of dramatic writing and is designed for those considering writing careers in theatre, film, television or the web.
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The Keepers of our Coast

To better protect coastal communities, researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill are teaming up with researchers from Oregon State to conduct studies on North Carolina's sand dunes. How do they grow? How do they change over time? What environments promote dune growth?
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FedEx Global Education Center

In honor of the FedEx Global Education Center’s ten year anniversary, this film highlights two values important to the centers, institutes, and offices within the Center: Nelson Mandela’s humanitarian ideals and the importance of languages in international education.
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Faculty on Research: Kathleen Harris

Sociologist Kathleen Harris discusses Add Health, the largest study on adolescent health that also looks at the social and biological determinants on health and health behavior.
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A Love for Latin Rhythm

You never know where you'll end up when you follow your passions. For music professor Steve Anderson, his passions have led him to the Dominican Republic on multiple occasions.
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'Step Right Up' to Dougherty's sculpture

Patrick Dougherty's latest stickwork sculpture, "Step Right Up," has its home outside the Ackland Art Museum. Dougherty, who received a bachelor's in English in the College of Arts & Sciences in 1967, later returned to UNC's art department for post-graduate work in 1981 and 1982.

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

Give to Carolina

Davie Hall is home to the department of psychology and neuroscience. Ann Rankin Cowan’s latest gift will establish a fund to support high-impact research in the department.

 

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