Q & A with Charles Fishman in Daily Tar Heel

October 30, 2012

The following piece is a question and answer interview conducted by The Daily Tar Heel with Charles Fishman, author of “The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water” who is one of the keynote speakers at the … Continued

Charles Fishman visit to UNC

October 22, 2012

Charles Fishman, journalist and author of “The Big Thirst: The Secret Life & Turbulent Future of Water,” will be at UNC on Monday, October 29 and is open to meeting with students and/or faculty. Mr. Fishman  is a former metro … Continued

Water Institute director delivers University Day speech

October 15, 2012

A UNC news story on this past Friday’s University Day festivities which featured a keynote address by Water Institute director and Water Theme Steering Committee Co-Chair Jamie Bartram. A video of Dr. Bartram’s speech that was posted to the UNC … Continued

This University Day celebrates Tar Heels making a global impact

October 12, 2012

The October installment of the Daily Tar Heel’s “Water In Our World” opinion column focuses on University Day and its highlighting of both Jamie Bartram, Water Theme Steering Committee Co-Chair and featured guest speaker, and distinguished alumnus Greg Allgood for … Continued

DTH feature on LAB! Theatre’s presentation of Eurydice

October 12, 2012

The following article provides detail about LAB! Theatre’s interpretation of the classic play Eurydice which is scheduled to play from October 1th – 15th. Nathanial Claridad, Water Theme Steering Committee member and director for the play, is prominently quoted. To … Continued

Published poem on water by UNC faculty member

October 8, 2012

Tony Reevy, Senior Associate Director and Lecturer at the UNC Institute for the Environment, recently had one of his works of poetry titled “Orange Factory Revisited” published in  South 85, an online literary journal. To view the poem and more … Continued

Water issues featured in Endeavors magazine

October 5, 2012

The campus publication Endeavors recently featured two stories on water issues, the first of which deals with the status of North Carolina’s barrier islands and the second which deals with continued aftermath of the BP oil spill and its effect … Continued

Ackland Art Musuem Study Galleries related to water

October 3, 2012

Currently, the Ackland Art Musuem has two Study Gallery art displays related to water that are available for viewing. For those unfamiliar with this concept, a typical Study Gallery display has 8 to 10 works of art that are open … Continued