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Kylan Rice, a Ph.D. student in the College of Arts & Sciences' English department, has been helping keep the Carolina community stocked on short stories by leading a team of Tar Heels behind Arts Everywhere's short story dispensers.
After spending the early days of the pandemic working out in her living room, Anna Shuford channeled her frustrations with virtual workout programs into market research and came up with a solution that improved the experience for everyone.
For most of her life, Ayana Monroe has been fascinated by how people and computers connect — a field called human-computer interaction. Now, as a UNC-Chapel Hill junior and Chancellor’s Science Scholar, she engages in research to improve how we use technology to acquire information. She wants to teach the next generation to do the same.
By honoring Hortense McClinton, first Black professor, and Henry Owl, first American Indian student, the University adds diversity to its landscape.
University leaders provide information on the addition of a wellness day in the spring semester, the extension of the Mental Health First Aid Training program offered by the School of Social Work and a partnership between CAPS and telehealth service Uwill.
The use of the NFL’s mouthguard sensor at the collegiate level will broaden, inform injury reduction efforts for elite athletes.