Sep 26 2012

Water as focus of Fall 2012 issue of Carolina Arts & Science magazine

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The Fall 2012 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine is full of feature stories on water initiatives throughout the College of Arts and Sciences such as:

- Total Immersion: The art and science of water in our world.

- Classroom on the Water (video): Maymester class takes students to Morehead City.

- Troubled Waters: There’s more beneath the surface of the BP oil spill.

- Oyster Culture: Cultivating the foodways of a special Virginia coastal community.

- Fluid Music: UNC composer explores sounds created by water.

The Future of the Outer Banks: Climate change’s effect on N.C.’s barrier islands.

- Water in the Classroom: Faculty receive grants for new courses focused on water.

- Precious Resource: Scientist saves lives through clean water.

- Water Woes: Top five water worries for N.C. and the world.

- The Old Well: Past, Present and Future. The Old Well wasn’t always old. Daniel Wallace explains why.

To view the full issue:

Some exclusive online multimedia extras can be found here:

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