College of Arts and Sciences

Study Abroad Old and New: India and Malawi

Asian studies faculty members Afroz Taj and John Caldwell reached a major milestone this summer — celebrating two decades of taking UNC-Chapel Hill students on a study abroad experience to India. The UNC Summer in India program is one of the longest-running faculty-led programs offered to U.S. college students. Taj and Caldwell have led about… Read more »

Alumnae Find Rewarding Careers with Levi Strauss and Insight Sourcing Group

Alumnae Liza Schillo ’07 and Morgan Zemaitis ’17 appreciate the interdisciplinary nature of their Carolina degrees, an aspect that has fueled their rewarding careers in sustainability and energy. Schillo, who received a B.A. in environmental studies, is manager of product sustainability at Levis Strauss & Co. in San Francisco. Zemaitis, who received a B.S. in… Read more »

Celebrating 10 Years of the UNC-Chapel Hill Faculty Entrepreneurship Workshop

Every spring, small groups of the most enterprising faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill experience flashbacks of sitting in class as undergraduates. While participants in the Chancellor’s Faculty Entrepreneurship Workshop, which is sponsored by Chancellor Carol L. Folt and led by Innovate Carolina, these researchers and teachers find themselves in the shoes… Read more »

Maya from the Margins Wins Diversity Award from Society of American Archivists

Archivists from the University Libraries and their campus and community partners have been honored by the Society of American Archivists (SAA) as 2018 award recipients. The awards recognize 20 individuals and organizations for outstanding accomplishments and innovations. A collaborative international project to help young people of Maya heritage study their history and culture received SAA’s Diversity Award,… Read more »