Professor Lanou's new book "Building Bone Vitality" was featured in the New York Times.
"The field of Web design is challenging and constantly evolving - - and its also great fun."
"I wanted to find a school with a true focus on teaching. It came through in every interview I had — students are the priority here."
"I hope that my excitement and activities inspire my students to view math as a fun and important endeavor."
“I like the feeling that I could walk into my paintings. It’s like creating a virtual world.”
This professor has a special knack for unleashing history from textbooks to get students interested – and he’s not afraid to use fast cars and moonshine to do so.
Jaguars, malaria and anacondas are all in a day’s work for pioneering botanist and professor David Clarke. His adventures in the jungles of Guyana have led to the discovery of a new plant – and have provided a basis for his passion for teaching.
The National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship is “a kiss, an embrace, a dare…and a mandate to keep writing.”
“I just love UNC Asheville…It’s been a wonderful place to spend my career.”
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