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Image: West Brunswick High School and Progress Energy employee on UNC's traveling science laboratory

West Brunswick High School's Alyson Altieri shows Progress Energy's Mike McCracken how to test DNA in Destiny, UNC-Chapel Hill's Traveling Science Laboratory, at West Brunswick High School.

Photo copyright, Wilmington Star-News/Jeffrey S. Otto.


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Carolina Connects with North Carolina

The “Carolina Connects” initiative highlights the connections between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the lives of North Carolinians and their communities.

Carolina Connects is taking Chancellor James Moeser and university officials around North Carolina to show ways in which Carolina's faculty, staff, and students serve the state’s communities and people. The stops illustrate work in areas such as economic development, health, and public education. In each town, Moeser meets with residents, tells them about Carolina's service, then he seeks other ways to connect with the state.

Image: Chancellor Moeser visits the North Carolina Military Academy in Ft. Bragg

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor James Moeser listens as Sgt. Mary Bush talks during a visit to the North Carolina Military Academy at Ft. Bragg. The chancellor visited the facility to learn about the role of the North Carolina National Guard. At center is Command Sgt. Major Norman Walker.

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Our message is that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill serves North Carolina every day in meaningful, relevant ways. In short, ‘Carolina Connects.’ Carolina has always played a significant leadership role in the life of this state. That is particularly true when the state has stood at a crossroads as we do now. Of all the crossroads we have faced, none is more uncertain than the one our state faces today. I firmly believe that this university has the power to make a difference.

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James Moeser,
Chancellor