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‘Getting The Big Things Right’

February 16, 2021

With social science insights and a global perspective, Carolina’s Zeynep Tufekci helps clarify the COVID-19 big picture. Zeynep Tufekci is not an epidemiologist. She’s a social scientist whose work focuses on the intersection of society and technology. That work has taken … Continued

Innovative Faculty Enrich Learning Through Global Collaboration

November 20, 2020

Whether the subject is music, medical anthropology or the business of health care, UNC COIL courses connect students with the world. Michael Kris misses live music. That’s natural, given that he is a professional musician, a teaching professor of music at Carolina … Continued

Adrian Marchetti Examines Marine Biodiversity in the Galápagos

May 13, 2020

The Galápagos Islands are remote and so ecologically unique that vast species of wildlife, including microorganisms, coexist within a range of diversity that is truly extraordinary for the islands’ scope. This, said Adrian Marchetti, associate professor of marine sciences and … Continued

A Generous Tradition Advances Persian Studies

September 13, 2019

A shared passion for the rich history and spirit of Persian culture has driven Vance L. Horner II ’92 and Shaida Jarrahi Horner ’93, MAC ’94 to support and advocate for the growth of Persian studies at their alma mater … Continued