The 2021 Hettleman Talks will take place virtually on Tuesday, November 9th at 12pm as part of University Research week. Please register at https://researchweek.unc.edu/event/hettleman-talks/ to receive the zoom link.
Attend these TEDX-style presentations from the 2021 winners of the Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement – one of the most distinguished awards our early-career faculty can receive. The talks will provide an engaging look into these distinguished early career scholars’ work in the fields of astronomy, biology, communications, and public health equity.
This year’s Hettleman Prize awardees are:
Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy
“The Entire Sky Every Second: UNC’s New High-Speed Telescopes”
Associate Professor in the Department of Communication
“Morally-Motivated Networked Harassment as Normative Reinforcement”
Associate Professor in the Department of Biology
“The Origins of Biological Diversity”
Associate Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management
“Getting into Good Trouble: Centering Racial Equity in Cancer Care Quality”