Darryl J. Gless has held many titles over the course of his distinguished career. Each served in some way to open a new window through which to view the world – and widen his place within it.
Acclaimed psychology professor Barbara Frederickson, who studies positive emotions and human wellbeing, will speak at UNC’s December Commencement ceremony.
In science fiction stories, villains zap victims with a shrink-ray. But Professor Otto Zhou of the UNC-Chapel Hill has become a hero by shrinking the X-ray machine itself.
Even when life was at its toughest, Brooklyn Young never gave up on her ultimate goal: a degree from a four-year university.
Louise Toppin grew up believing she could do anything. And early on, she could.
A magnetic map and smart swimming help endangered loggerhead turtles survive during migration.
It was crunch time for Arjun Bhattacharya. He had to choose.
Among the weekend’s highlights was New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s homage to Carolina basketball in his Commencement remarks offering advice for new graduates by spelling out the familiar cheer, “Tar – Heel.”
UNC alumna Sue Falsone loved watching the games of her hometown professional football team, the Buffalo Bills.
Sonja Haynes Stone was not in attendance at the 20th anniversary celebration of Communiversity, the educational outreach program inspired by her work. The beloved professor died unexpectedly in 1991, leaving behind Carolina students and colleagues who would find themselves changed by her example.