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After earning a master’s in public health and a doctorate in epidemiology from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Bill Jenkins went on to become an advocate for minority health and a campaigner for social justice.
Carolina's Sport Clubs program helps keep more than 1,000 Tar Heels active in the sports they're passionate about.
The reigning ultimate frisbee national champion, Carolina's Darkside is traditionally among the best club teams in the nation.
Each year, the Workie Awards recognize some of the best, most interesting and most distinctive work-study jobs at Carolina.
The academy announced the election of its 2019 fellows on April 17. This year, more than 200 individuals with compelling achievements in academia, business, government and public affairs were recognized.
Brian Hogan, a biochemist and director of the Carolina Covenant and the Achieve Scholars Program, delivered the annual Last Lecture on April 11.
Gesche Wuerfel's ARTS 515 Advanced Photography class presents an exhibition of their work at FRANK Gallery at University Place in Chapel Hill. In the course, students focus on the professional and business aspects of a career in photography: during the semester, students create a professional portfolio of images, develop and install an exhibition, and create a website and use social media to showcase their work.
My work, though distinctly photographic, is a combination of made photographs and repurposed archival photographs and text. I look at landscape and longing in the American South, specifically landscape’s place in discourse about public history.
SAS is a software suite for advanced analytics, multivariate analysis, data management, and predictive analytics. This four-part course gives attendees an overview of SAS as well as opportunities to gain hands-on experience with the system.