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April 1, 2021
The highly competitive award is designed to advance the academic pursuits of sophomores and juniors in colleges and universities who are pursuing research careers in natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
Research and Practice: Abbi Decker ’21 shapes educational conversation while honing classroom skills
March 17, 2021
The senior elementary education major and environmental education minor recently published an article in the international journal Environmental Education Research on the role of gender in nature-based learning experiences, and is immersed in the classroom as a student-teacher.
March 5, 2021
Angela Myers (PWR '21) published an article on user-centered research in a refereed, national journal dedicated to undergraduate research in rhetoric and writing.
March 5, 2021
Biochemistry major Kevin Scott ’21, under the mentorship of Associate Professor of Biology Yuko Miyamoto, is studying the molecular relationship between a high-salt diet and HER2-positive gastric cancer as part of his Lumen Prize research.
February 19, 2021
"An Introduction to Afrofuturism in Rap" is part of the Rap, Race, Gender and Philosophy course. The program is also part of the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity's Black History Month events around "Imagining a Black Future."
February 18, 2021
Written through news and social media accounts of UNC's Confederate monument controversy, '#silenced' premieres Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at silencedproduction.com
February 11, 2021
Carter Jenkins ’21, under the mentorship of Professor of Psychology Amy Overman, is studying the differences in brain activity patterns in healthy older adults, adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment and adults with Alzheimer’s Disease, as a part of her Lumen Prize research.
December 17, 2020
Femspec published Lange’s essay last month, the Journal of Popular Culture plans to publish another in 2022 and a third is under review. Lange is a Lumen Scholar and Honors Fellow whose research examines gender, age, race and disability in speculative fiction
November 30, 2020
Griffin Barriss ’21, under the mentorship of Senior Lecturer in Public Health Studies Amanda Tapler, is conducting research with the Comprehensive Rural Health Project on a program addressing gender-based issues in Jamkhed, India.
November 5, 2020
Sydney Hallisey ’21 and Assistant Professor in Political Science and Policy Studies Damion Blake are exploring the narratives of Syrian refugees who migrated to Turkey.