Faculty Share Summer Stories
From helping Chinese orphanages provide better lives for blind children, to filling in as the editor of a local newspaper, UNC faculty members were busy over the summer. Here are some of their stories.
A year after flooding that wreaked havoc in 24 Colorado counties, a UNC professor who experienced the disaster first-hand is part of a team interviewing other survivors and developing a manual that will help communities and their residents survive and recover from a natural disaster in the future.
Professor George Junne specializes in African American history and culture, including the Black American West and former town of Dearfield.
More than 12,000 students enroll annually at UNC — representing all 50 states and some 40 countries.