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Rameau cantate Thétis

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Location: James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall

Cost: 10 - 15

Contact: UNC Music Department

Description: Come for an evening of music from the French Baroque, as UNC voice professor Marc Callahan (baritone) performs works by Marais, Destouches and Lully, and featuring Rameau’s exquisitely tempestuous cantate Thétis. This concert is the second installment of the 2017-18 William S. Newman Artists Series. Tickets are $15 general admission and $10 students or UNC faculty/staff. Tickets can be […]

BYOL- Resume / Cover Letter Workshop

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Location: 239a/b Hanes Hall

Contact: University Career Services

Description: Create a draft of your resume and cover letter. A UCS counselor will walk you through all the sections and suggested content for a professional resume while you create or modify it on your laptop.  

Great Books Reading Group: The Last Thing He Wanted

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Location: Flyleaf Books

Cost: 35

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: featuring Henry Veggian, Senior Lecturer in English and Comparative Literature “The legendary author of Play It As It Lays and Slouching Toward Bethlehem trains her eye on the far frontiers of the Monroe Doctrine, where history dissolves into conspiracy (Dallas in 1963, Iran Contra in 1984), and fashions a moral thriller as hypnotic and provocative as any by Joseph […]

Grad School Application Essays Workshop

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Location: 239a/b Hanes Hall

Contact: University Career Services

Description: What are all of the essays required for grad school applications?  How do they differ from each other?  How do I write them well?  Come learn in an interactive workshop.

Cigarette Warning Labels: The Battle between the FDA and the Tobacco Industry

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Location: Flyleaf Books

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: Seth M. Noar, Professor, School of Media and Journalism and Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Over 100 countries and jurisdictions throughout the world have implemented graphic warnings on cigarette packs to reduce tobacco use. In the US, the FDA has been trying to implement graphic warnings since 2009, when it was granted regulatory authority over tobacco […]

Árpád Hornjak: Hungary’s Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century

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Location: 4003 Global Education Center

Cost: Free

Contact: Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies

Description: Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, Hungary’s national borders continually shifted as a result of various treaties, wars and geopolitical alignments. There are now significant Hungarian-speaking communities in Slovakia, Serbia, Ukraine and most notably Romania, its biggest neighbor to the east. This lecture aims to introduce the place and role of Hungarian foreign policy […]

Effective Interviewing Skills

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Location: 239a/b Hanes Hall

Contact: University Career Services

Description: Learn how to interview effectively for jobs and internships. Interviewing makes many people nervous. This interactive workshop will help ease your nerves by teaching you what to expect and how to prepare.

Hanes Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Sonya Clark

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Location: Hanes Art Center

Contact: Sabine Gruffat

Description: Sonya Clark served as Chair of the Craft and Material Studies Department at Virginia Commonwealth University from 2006 through 2017. In 2016, she was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award in Scholarship from the University. Formerly, she was Baldwin-Bascom Professor of Creative Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and was awarded their first Mid-Career Distinguished Alumni Award. She earned a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2015, she was awarded an honorary doctorate from Amherst College where she received her B.A. in psychology.

Unraveling Beethoven

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Location: James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: UNC Music Department

Description: UNC faculty members Nicholas DiEugenio, violin, and Mimi Solomon, piano, will present a concert from their ongoing project, Unraveling Beethoven. This concert will include world premieres of works by Allen Anderson and Robert Honstein.

Scientific Revolutions and Changing Human Values

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Location: Chapel Hill Campus

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: Revolutions in scientific knowledge and technologies have profoundly influenced modern human lives, ideas, and ethical values. This seminar will examine how scientific revolutions have transformed human identities and traditional beliefs. Philosopher Marc Lange will introduce the general concept of scientific revolutions, drawing on the important work of the scientific theorist Thomas Kuhn. Three talented scientists […]

Bhavayami: An Evening of Indian Classical Dance

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Description: An evening of Indian Classical Dance by Akhila Takkallapalli student of Smt. Sasikala Penumarthi, Academy of Kuchipudi Dance (Atlanta, Georgia) Thursday, October 5 & Friday, October 6 Swain Hall, Studio Six || 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by: Department of Religious Studies, UNC Performing Arts Special Activities Fund, Department of Communication, and Department of Asian Studies. For […]

Scientific Revolutions and Changing Human Values

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Location: Chapel Hill Campus

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: Revolutions in scientific knowledge and technologies have profoundly influenced modern human lives, ideas, and ethical values. This seminar will examine how scientific revolutions have transformed human identities and traditional beliefs. Philosopher Marc Lange will introduce the general concept of scientific revolutions, drawing on the important work of the scientific theorist Thomas Kuhn. Three talented scientists […]