In art professor Yun Nam’s studio, ceramic tea bowls stack on every surface. In the throwing room, bowls crowd the shelves. Outside amid toasty kilns, bowls sit on ware carts, nested into tiny towers.
Taking to a living organism with a large pneumatic drill might not sound like the best way to protect it.
Dr. Edward O. Wilson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, asked Carolina’s newest graduates to pay attention to an imbalance in how the world is turning “at least pastel green” Sunday during the spring Commencement ceremony in Kenan Stadium.
In this video, six undergraduates who immersed themselves in academic research describe their experiences.
At universities, students are often inspired to make leaps of faith.
Roy Dawson, who turns 30 on April 28, was always incredibly bright, but the odds were stacked against him when it came to college.
To celebrate Earth Day, we’re recycling some of UNC’s most important sustainability stories over the past year. If you missed them the first time around, check out the ways the Carolina community is dedicated to a greener future.
In 150 countries around the world, people are learning to read because of the ideas of two UNC professors.
Page 2 Preparing for worse than the worst case Dalton Sawyer, director of emergency preparedness and continuity planning for UNC Health Care, is monitoring how officials in Japan coordinate response and recovery efforts. One disaster is challenge enough. But Sawyer’s Japanese counterparts are dealing with the triple whammy of a massive earthquake, a deadly tsunami…