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In My Words: ‘Neil Armstrong, a retrospective’
August 31, 2012
Associate Professor Tom Nelson in the School of Communications reflects on astronaut Neil Armstrong's qualities in the era of social media.
In My Words: ‘Anyone willing to share the blame?’
August 3, 2012
Public sentiment toward teachers has Associate Professor Jean Rattigan-Rohr worried that the best and brightest will shy from the profession.
In My Words: ‘ I don’t understand Higgs’
July 31, 2012
For Professor Pranab Das, the recent discovery of the "God particle" offers a moment to reflect on what makes science special.
In My Words: ‘The Rule That Dare Not Speak its Name’
June 28, 2012
In a newspaper guest column, Professor Rosemary Haskell points out the irony to a longstanding requirement for serving as a Scout leader.
In My Words: ’40 years later, going beyond Title IX’
June 22, 2012
Assistant Professor Tony Weaver argues that top collegiate sports programs should use new revenues from TV agreements to advance gender equity.
In My Words: ‘Fracking Presents Tough Choices for Rural Poor’
May 29, 2012
As debate over natural gas extraction intensifies in North Carolina, Associate Professor Mat Gendle uses personal experience to offer perspective.
In My Words: ‘Evolution’ on homosexuality can take time
May 23, 2012
After Barack Obama's endorsement of same-sex marriage rights, Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher defends the president's "evolving" position.
In My Words: ‘Looking back at species lost’
May 21, 2012
Endangered Species Day 2012 provided Associate Professor Jeffrey Coker a moment to reflect on how human actions can harm biodiversity.
In My Words: ‘Public apologies won’t end soon’
May 16, 2012
Why have a handful of soldiers created embarrassment for the United States in recent months? Professor Tom Arcaro offers an explanation.
In My Words: ‘Who the marriage amendment is aimed at’
May 2, 2012
Professor Jeffrey C. Pugh argues against a proposed state constitutional amendment in one of North Carolina's leading newspapers.