Carolina Performing Arts Announces 2015-16 Lineup

Carolina Performing Arts Announces 2015-16 Lineup

Carolina Performing Arts (CPA) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will present 42 performances by internationally renowned artists alongside emerging artists for its 11th season. “As CPA enters its second decade, I’m very excited to announce our schedule for the upcoming 2015-16 season,” said Emil Kang, CPA’s Executive and Artistic Director. “Our... Read More

Eight Students Receive Class of 1938 Awards

Eight Students Receive Class of 1938 Awards

Eight University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students received 2015 Class of 1938 Summer Project Abroad Fellowships for research abroad this summer. The students were chosen for projects outside the United States, with selection based on the quality of applicants’ proposals, financial need and academic purpose. Each will receive $5,000. The awardees were chosen... Read More

Daira Melendez ’15 Shares Path to Citizenship at Naturalization Ceremony

Daira Melendez ’15 Shares Path to Citizenship at Naturalization Ceremony

Most seniors only hope to collect one piece of paper this time of year. But Daira Belen Melendez was determined to get two: her diploma and her certificate of U.S. citizenship. “One of my goals was to get my citizenship before I graduated,” said Melendez, a Chilean immigrant who became a U.S. citizen just two months ago. “I get to celebrate two things now.”
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Carolina, GSK Announce Novel Partnership to Accelerate Search for HIV Cure

Carolina, GSK Announce Novel Partnership to Accelerate Search for HIV Cure

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a leading global public research university with significant expertise in HIV basic and clinical research, and GSK, a global, research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare company with a legacy of success in developing treatments for HIV, today announced the creation of the dedicated HIV Cure center and a jointly... Read More

‘State of the Plate: Food and the Local/Global Nexus’ Addresses Issues of Poverty, Health and Globalization

‘State of the Plate: Food and the Local/Global Nexus’ Addresses Issues of Poverty, Health and Globalization

The ninth and latest iteration of the annual Navigating the Global American South conference, “State of the Plate: Food and the Local/Global Nexus,” was held in the FedEx Global Education Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from March 27-28, 2015. This was the first conference in the series to examine food in the global American South.
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