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Among Carolina's lauded first-generation student programs is a study abroad fellowship that sends students to the U.S.-Mexico border to examine the concept of “borderlands” as it relates to their own first-generation identities.
Todd Cohen and Jonathan Schisler — a neuroscientist and heart researcher — began working together in 2016 after meeting for coffee in Marsico Hall. By combining their expertise in protein studies, they strive to develop a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
While studying abroad in Spain last semester, Sakari Singleton built relationships with the local community and with other international students, learning how to connect with strangers through a language that she’s grown to love.
Overcoming HIV latency is a major step toward creating a cure for HIV. For the first time, scientists at Carolina, Emory University and Qura Therapeutics – a partnership between Carolina and ViiV Healthcare – have found a new approach that can expose latent HIV.
UNC-Chapel Hill researchers examined how negative media coverage of the HPV vaccine impacted vaccination rates in Denmark to better understand the damage misinformation causes.
Zena Cardman is a member of the first class of astronauts to graduate under the Artemis program, which aims to land the first woman and next man on the moon by 2024.
Raleigh native André Leon Gray is a self-trained artist who works in a variety of media to examine the impact of history on present day power structures and social hierarchies. He transforms mundane objects and materials into powerful social commentaries to encourage conversations among his diverse audience.
View photography from around the world in this exhibition featuring work by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni, faculty, staff and students. The exhibition will open January 8 and run through July 10, 2020 at the FedEx Global Education Center. All photography on display was submitted as part of UNC-Chapel Hill’s 20th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition.
The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to Carolina. Our Sense of Place tours share the many stories of our extraordinary university and introduce you to the innovation, impact and accessibility that define Carolina’s identity today. Whether you're interested in prospective undergraduate tours - provided by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions - or you would just like to get to know Carolina better, you are invited to walk our storied brick paths between our stone walls.