Carolina Ranked No. 5 Among Peace Corps’ 2019 Top Volunteer-Producing Schools

Carolina Ranked No. 5 Among Peace Corps’ 2019 Top Volunteer-Producing Schools

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has ranked fifth among large-size schools (more than 15,000 undergraduates) on the Peace Corps’ 2019 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list, tied with Ohio State University and the University of Washington. This is the 10th year Carolina has ranked among the top 20 large-size schools.
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Michael Tsin Appointed Earl N. Phillips Jr. Distinguished Professor in International Studies

Michael Tsin Appointed Earl N. Phillips Jr. Distinguished Professor in International Studies

Michael Tsin, associate professor in the Department of History and Curriculum in Global Studies and academic director of the Phillips Ambassadors program, was recently selected as the Earl N. Phillips Jr. Distinguished Professor in International Studies. He is only the second person to hold the position since the professorship was established ten years ago.
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Conference to Shed Light on Current Realities in Gaza Strip, March 22-24

Conference to Shed Light on Current Realities in Gaza Strip, March 22-24

The Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies will host a conference entitled “Conflict over Gaza: People, Politics, and Possibilities” on March 22-24, 2019. The conference will bring together scholars and specialists from think tanks, non-governmental organizations and journalists to discuss the realities of everyday life in the Gaza Strip.
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UNC-Chapel Hill Hosts Delegation from University of Gothenburg

UNC-Chapel Hill Hosts Delegation from University of Gothenburg

On Feb. 15, 2019, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill hosted a delegation of faculty and scholars from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden to explore areas for partnership development. UNC-Chapel Hill and Gothenburg currently have a partnership within the College of Arts and Sciences, including a student exchange and Trans-Atlantic Master's program.
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Global Heel Profile: Hannah Gill and the Building Integrated Communities Program

Global Heel Profile: Hannah Gill and the Building Integrated Communities Program

Hannah Gill, director of the Latino Migration Project, is one of the founders of Building Integrated Communities, a collaborative University program that helps facilitate community planning and successful engagement between local North Carolina government and foreign-born, immigrant communities.
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  • UNC-Chapel Hill Hosts Delegation from University of Gothenburg
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