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Bold Moves

Topple a paradigm. Uncover the unknown. Bold moves presume nothing – except innovation.

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    Mentoring future business majors

    The Allison Mentorship Program at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School helps students from underserved and underrepresented populations prepare for business school through professional development opportunities.

  • A group of doctors standing outside a building.

    Big Tent, one team

    How a multidisciplinary research partnership built to fight HIV, Ebola and other infectious diseases turned its people, expertise and experience to fight COVID-19.

  • John M. Baratta and Louise King standing outside.

    In it for the long haul

    For some COVID-19 patients, the initial infection is just the start of the battle. Post-COVID syndrome occurs when a person’s symptoms continue long after their infection ends. A new clinic at Carolina hopes to not only help these patients, but also provide researchers with valuable data about this strange syndrome.

  • A student taking class on her laptop.

    Carolina Away connects Tar Heels around the globe

    Meet some of Carolina Away's students to learn how the program has helped shape their first year at UNC-Chapel Hill — both academically and socially.

  • A laptop with a graphic of a world map around it.

    Opening the door to global research

    Part of Carolina Away's Opportunity Curriculum, "Contemporary World Problems" introduces ways to conduct research on politics, economies, cultures and societies around the world.

  • Viles of organic compounds sit on a table.

    Tiny molecules, big potential

    North Carolina native and organic chemist Sidney Wilkerson-Hill is investigating ways to recreate the power of plants in the lab — work that could lead to advances in drug development.

  • UNC researcher prepares to enter the lab

    READDI, not reactive

    The Rapidly Emerging Antiviral Drug Discovery Initiative — founded by researchers at Carolina and the Structural Genomics Consortium — is not only finding solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, but also drugs and therapeutics for future viral outbreaks.

  • A dentist wears the AerFrame over his N95 mask.

    Building smarter so we can breathe easier

    A Carolina biomedical engineering professor’s knack for entrepreneurial resourcefulness helped him jumpstart the development of an innovative face mask device – and a new startup company.