In an interview on the #AsiaNow blog, Prof. Lentz discusses his prize-winning book “Contested Territory” and the research that went into its writing.
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Dr. Riveros-Iregui is an invited speaker at the American Council on Education’s Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. This year’s meeting will focus on Leading Higher Education Internationalization as a Sustainable Social Good. Riveros-Iregui’s presentation will showcase UNC’s IREU-Ecuador Program and … Continued
While conducting research on his dissertation related to mineral rights in Texas, UNC Geography PhD Candidate Trey Murphy was interviewed by the NPR bureau in west Texas on the booming oil economy and the possibility of a bust. To hear … Continued
Dr. Stephen Walsh spoke on “Linking Social,Terrestrial & Marine Subsystems in Island Ecosystems – The Case of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador” in the School of Ecological and Environmental Sciences at East China Normal University on September 30, 2018.
More than 40 million people provide unpaid care to a family member or loved one, according to data from the National Alliance for Caregiving. But these statistics leave out youth caregivers: a group of more than a million young people … Continued
Dr. Elizabeth Olson interviewed by Center for Urban and Regional Studies at Hickerson House. To watch Dr. Elizabeth Olson talk video about her research on youth caregivers, please follow this link – https://curs.unc.edu/2018/04/17/conversations-at-hickerson-house-elizabeth-olson-on-youth-caregivers/