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Working with enrollment, we get to see the life cycle of the student. We’re changing people’s lives.
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I’m drawn to students who’ve lived a bit. Working at Carolina gives me a great opportunity to further both my acting career and the continuing development of my teaching at the university level where I can nurture students.
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I am really at my best when I am plugged in and feel like I am in service to something greater than me. If you want to talk about what my search has been, it is to connect with people on a heart-to-heart level. That to me is magic, and I want to be part of that here.
The program will provide rigorous, hands-on training for the next generation of public-spirited lawyers while also filling gaps in North Carolina’s entrepreneurship ecosystem.
Elizabeth Christenson, who is pursuing a doctoral degree in the environmental sciences and engineering department, will study Arabic in Amman, Jordan, during the 2018-2019 academic year.
Carolina professor Kurt Gray used a new technique to construct what a large sample of 511 American Christians think God looks like.
A full-scale exhibition about the world in which Mary Shelley wrote her classic novel “Frankenstein,” curated by undergraduate students from Professor Jeanne Moskal’s English 295 Honors class.
Diego Cortez was invited to choose this year’s Top MFA Prize for the UNC, Chapel Hill Art and Art History Department’s annual award, which he awarded to Carley Zarzeka. Cortez wanted to curate a small summer show from the submitted materials. Untitled, 2018 is an exhibition of ten objects, including at least one work by each artist.
The 19th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition will be accepting submissions beginning June 1, 2018.