Carolina Alumni Review

Nena Peragallo Montano

International Scholar Nilda Peragallo Montano to Lead School of Nursing

September 4, 2016

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s nationally regarded School of Nursing will be led by a new dean with significant international experience. Nilda “Nena” Peragallo Montano is currently a professor and dean at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies, as well as a professor on the graduate faculty at Pontificia Universidad Católica de… Read more »

Photographic Memory

Years ago, Brooks de Wetter-Smith stopped in an art shop while he was in California to play the flute in a Bach festival. He picked up an Ansel Adams and asked the price. Eighteen. Not bad. Thousand. Oh. No matter. He’d already planned to cold-call the artist himself, to see whether he could find out… Read more »

Get Out Of Town

March 24, 2009

For the first month of her semester abroad in Ghana, Carly Brantmeyer was convinced she had made the worst decision of her life. “It was so tough and so unfamiliar,” the junior photojournalism major said. “We went without electricity, without running water. We had no hot water for the entire semester.” But between her African… Read more »

Peter Coclanis: Talent Doesn’t Respect Borders

May 23, 2008

On any given day, you can find the associate provost for international affairs in his office on the top floor of the new FedEx Global Education Center, talking about the University’s public health projects in South Africa or a partnership with Kings College in London. One country, however, is bound to get Coclanis excited: Singapore…. Read more »