Sarah Schmitt was selected to the inaugural class of Kenan Graduate Fellows in the College of Arts and Sciences. This is a newly established recognition across the college for graduate students who “have distinguished themselves as outstanding researchers and teachers” while at UNC. … Continued
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Sertanya Reddy was awarded a Dean’s Graduate Fellowship for 2018-2019. The fellowship, awarded by the College of Arts & Sciences, supports excellence in scholarship. Sertanya’s research explores the experiences of underrepresented students who receive support to travel overseas and engage … Continued
Mark Ortiz has been named a Graduate Public Scholar by the Humanities for the Public Good Initiative with the office of Fine Arts and Humanities. Mark is a member of the first cohort of students across the College of Arts … Continued
Mark Ortiz is one of eight graduate students in the inaugural group of Druscilla French Fellows. Mark’s work focuses on youth involvement in climate policy and is generating new intellectual and applied spaces for considering the moral, ethical, and material … Continued
Scott, D. (2017) Oral history and emplacement in ‘nowhere at all:’the role of personal and family narratives in rural black community-building. Social & Cultural Geography, 1-20.
Graduate student Amy Braun was selected for the spring 2018 Future Faculty Fellowship Program at the UNC Center for Faculty Excellence. https://cfe.unc.edu/teaching-and-learning/teaching-as-a-graduate-student/future-faculty-fellowship-program-2/.
Rachel Cotterman’s ongoing work with the Backways Project and Harvey’s Chapel has recently been featured in the news. She has been interviewed with folks including Harold Russell and Tom Magnuson for several articles on their collective effort to identify pre-Jim Crow … Continued
Graduate student Trey Murphy interviewed on wind rights, mineral rights, and surface rights and the future of energy development in Texas. Hear the interview here: http://kut.org/post/texas-landowners-take-wind-out-their-sales
Mark Ortiz is in Bonn at COP 23. He and other UNC students are blogging from the event, and their reports are being published by the DTH. Please check it out! http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2017/11/summit-entry-one-1106
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