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How did alumna Narmeen Lakhani end up in Kyrgyzstan?

My special thanks to Narmeen Lakhani for this guest post. I hope Words in Place readers enjoy it as much as I did.–JLH

How does a Waterloo liberal arts degree in English get you to Kyrgyzstan? 502 more words

Graduate Students

Apartment complex for graduate students in the works, but some neighbors have concerns

Donna Bryant lives on Mallette Street near UNC’s campus, so she’s accustomed to student neighbors and the hustle and bustle of downtown Chapel Hill; but she feels a planned new apartment complex would be too close to her front door. 580 more words

Chapel Hill

16th Young Systematists’ Forum, Natural History Museum London, UK - 28 Nov 201

The annual Young Systematists’ Forum represents an exciting setting for Masters, PhD and young postdoctoral researchers to present their data, often for the first time, to a scientific audience interested in taxonomy, systematics and phylogenetics. 177 more words


Alumni Present at the Waterloo Renaissance Workshop

Professor Kenneth Graham, of UWaterloo’s English Department, has announced an exciting new initiative, which includes presentations by two UWaterloo alumni, Dr. Danila Sokolov (a PhD graduate and Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of English, Brock University) and Dr. 181 more words

Graduate Students

Meet the lab: Crystal Ernst

This is the first in a series of posts where each Arthropod Ecology lab member can introduce themselves. First up is PhD student Crystal Ernst… 753 more words

Laboratory News

Law Day

Law Day

September 23, 2014
3pm-6pm/Michigan Union 2nd floor

What to Expect

Law Day is a great way to connect with a large number of law schools right here on campus! 372 more words

Undergraduate Students

Human Rights Project: Amnesty International

Interested in participating in an exciting human rights pilot project with Amnesty International this semester? 

We have partnered with a handful of professors at other universities and Amnesty International (USA) to launch the Citizen Media Evidence Partnership (CMEP) Program. 496 more words

Undergraduate Students