Associate professor of art and art history, Eduardo Douglas, offers his unique knowledge of Mesoamerican and Latin American Art.
Traditional music and performances filled the Great Hall as everyone was immersed into the Middle Eastern culture. The UNC Persian Cultural Society hosted their annual celebration by bringing in the event, 1001 Nights, to the public.
Pennsylvania State University Literature Professor Michael Berube believes in the humanities. Berube, a famous literary critic, was brought to UNC to talk about the state of the field. Berube discussed his blog post “The Humanities and the Advancement of Knowledge” to share his ideas on the importance of research in the humanities.
Mark Perry is not a native North Carolinian. After years in the state he has fallen in love with the cast of characters surrounding him in the college town of Chapel Hill. The Dramatic Arts lecturer has been teaching at UNC since 2005 where he started with a single class. After a couple of years, he started teaching playwriting.
The Board of Trustees met in full on Thursday, September 28, to discuss tension on campus, hear budget proposals and give the state of the University thus far. The meeting began remarks from the student body president and the chairperson, including a standing ovation for the existing provost and the introduction of the newly hired Bob Blouin.
CHispA encouraged students to discuss ethnicity and race in the Latinx community through speakers and open forum Thursday.
Pam Jagger, a UNC professor of Public Policy, will be the Director and Principle Investigator of a research program for energy poverty in Southern Africa. Jagger, who's been studying energy poverty issues for five years, received a $4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research and start the program. The program will be implemented in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, and will start in January 2018 and will continue for five years.
A campus squirrel spent the night off-campus after imprinting with a UNC lecturer.
UNControllables brought attention to white supremacy and vandalism on Thursday with their annual event, “What UNC Doesn’t Want you to Know: Inside the University’s Dirty History of Exploitation, Scandal and Racism."