Month: November 2012

Chemistry’s Brian Hogan named new Faculty Engaged Scholar

Brian Hogan, a research assistant professor of chemistry, has been named to the new class of Faculty Engaged Scholars at UNC. Hogan is one of 10 faculty scholars recently selected by the Carolina Center for Public Service as the fourth class of the program. The Faculty Engaged Scholars program is an initiative of the Center …

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Announcing the UNC Art Department’s Sixth Annual “Student Holiday Print & Art Sale”

In association with “Kappa Pi” Art Honors Fraternity and the S.B.F.A. (Students Benefiting Fine Arts), we present the Sixth Annual Student Holiday Print & Art Sale. Save the date: ONE DAY ONLY, Friday, December 7, 10:00am to 9:00pm, in Hanes Art Center room 301. Here is your opportunity to see and purchase original student artworks …

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Paid Multimedia Internship Opening

The College of Arts and Sciences seeks a full-time multimedia producer for a one-year paid editorial internship position in its communications office.This is an opportunity to learn from experienced news and public-relations professionals while building a portfolio. The intern will: produce videos and multimedia presentations for web and social-media platforms shoot photos for news stories, …

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UNC computer scientist named IEEE fellow

IEEE (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity, recently honored Professor Sanjoy Baruah from the department of computer science in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences in the IEEE Fellow Class of 2013. The IEEE Fellow is a …

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