Oct. 10, 2017
A person struggles, then panics, gasping for air but unable to inhale — as if “I were trying to breathe air underwater” or “an elephant is sitting on my chest.” Those are the most common...Read More
Oct. 4, 2017
W. Fitzhugh Brundage is not a political commentator and doesn’t want to become one. The chair of UNC’s history department is given to long pauses and carefully chosen words. But as a scholar of Southern...Read More
Sept. 14, 2017
In the opening semesters of medical school, aspiring doctors endure an exhausting sprint through immunology, hematology, cardiology, the respiratory system, urology, gastroenterology, neurology, behavioral science, endocrinology, multi-organ synthesis and more. It’s one of the most...Read More
Four University faculty members have been awarded the 2004 Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement by Young Faculty.
This year’s awards, which carry a $5,000 stipend, go to:
Each of this year’s Hettleman Prize recipients will lecture about their work during the academic year.
The Hettleman Prize was established in 1986 by the late Phillip Hettleman ’21 to recognize the achievements of outstanding junior tenure-track faculty or recently tenured faculty.