The thin veneer around the Earth’s crust is responsible for supporting life and has been described as the Critical Zone (CZ). Volcanic islands are among the few places where the CZ develops on uniform bedrock, while exhibiting a distinct, sharp … Continued
Professor Riveros-Iregui and Carolina Climate Change Scientists host 3rd annual UNC Climate Change Symposium. For more information, visit http://ie.unc.edu/2016/04/unc-talks-climate-change/
First year PhD student Devran Koray Ocal has been awarded a faculty-graduate student joint research award by The Center for European Studies at UNC-CH. This funding will support the project he is conducting with his adviser, Dr. Banu Gökarıksel, which examines how the Turkish Islamic Union of … Continued
Graduate student Mark Ortiz has been accepted to attend the Science and Technology Summer School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For more information, click here.
See the piece by Jack Largess in the DTH and the article about the non-profit Solar Head of State featuring James Ellsmoor and Rebecca Chaisson. Way to go all! For more information, check this link.
UNC-Chapel Hill is a world-class research university that serves the people of the State of North Carolina by attracting and retaining the very best faculty, staff, and students from around the state, the country, and the world. Non-discrimination is an … Continued
Ecuador was devastated on Saturday night by a 7.8 magnitude Earthquake. Many people are still trapped under the rubble and help still hasn’t arrived to some of the hardest-hit areas. However, the only thing greater than the magnitude of destruction has been the … Continued
As recipient of the Mellon Fellowship for Assistant Professors, Dr. Lentz will be at the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ in spring 2017.
Professor Mike Emch gave a plenary talk at the 13th International Conference for Urban Health which was a joint conference with the AAG called Place & Health. The Plenary was titled “Geography and Urban Health: Collaborating to Advance Sustainable Urban Transitions”. … Continued
The Galapagos Science Center, directed by geography professor, Steve Walsh, receives the 2016 Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award by NAFSA, the Association of International Educators. For more information, click here.