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    DataAware introduces high school students to health data analytics

    Students from high schools throughout the Triangle traveled to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus this summer to learn about data science.

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    Making an impact in North Carolina

    UNC School of Government professor Anita Brown-Graham launched an initiative that is taking on some of North Carolina's biggest challenges.

  • Paul Caudros poses for a photo near a wall

    Los Jets and the revitalization of a small North Carolina town

    When Paul Cuadros, an associate professor in the Hussman School of Journalism and Media, first started reporting on immigration in Siler City in 1999, the local high school didn't have a soccer team. Cuadros launched the school’s program in 2002 and in turn invigorated the town's Latinx community.

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    Helping North Carolina communities fight opioid epidemic

    The Opioid Response Project, directed by Carolina's School of Government, brings together faculty experts from diverse fields to help address the opioid problem in North Carolina, in partnership with local governments.

  • From left, Matthew Turi, Nancy Kaiser, Stephen Fletcher, Rebecca Williams, Biff Hollingsworth, Elizabeth Shulman and Ashlyn Velte at Bennett Place Historic Site in Durham.

    ‘The Civil War Day By Day’ comes to an end

    The project resulted in a rich catalog of missives from top generals, diary entries from women on the home front, eloquent love letters, scribbled notes from the barely literate, painful reports from the front written by soldiers on both sides and messages from slaves to their masters.