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Dynamic Minds

Search. Grapple. Grasp. Question. For the dynamic mind, knowledge is a tool, and how you use it can move mountains.

  • Allison Dawn holds a drone near the shore.

    #GDTBATH: Allison Dawn

    Senior Allison Dawn has been using drone aerial imagery and tag data to study foraging patterns of blue whales, establishing baseline patterns and behaviors for the animals.

  • Pareen Bhagat and Hrishika Muthukrishnan of WE ARE SAATH.

    A fashion show for mental health

    The Carolina chapter of the student organization WE ARE SAATH hosted a fashion show to call attention to the stigma that still surrounds mental health in the South Asian community.

  • Reina Ransom in a white coat by the Old Well.

    #GDTBATH: Reina Ransom

    A third-year student at the Adams School of Dentistry, Reina Ransom will soon be leading the Student National Dental Association's country-wide efforts to support minority dental students.

  • Carolina student and author Jessica Reid.

    One student’s effort to communicate the urgency of climate change

    Carolina junior Jessica Reid has written a book to help people understand climate change and communicate more effectively about the issue.

  • GDTBATH: Michael Sparks text on top of a photo of Michael standing in Japan.

    GDTBATH: Michael Sparks

    Watching the sunrise on Mount Fuji is among the memorable experiences in Carolina senior Michael Sparks' award-winning film about his 2019 study abroad trip to Japan.

  • 2021 Arts Innovation Grant winners: AhDream Smith, Matthew Svec, Emily Harmon, and Krysta Sa (L-R, clockwise).

    Arts Everywhere announces Students Arts Innovation Grant winners

    The four winning students will receive funds to bring their projects to life and add a touch of creativity to Carolina’s campus.

  • Bob Goldstein working on a screenprinting press in a shed.

    Science art that rocks

    Biologist Bob Goldstein had a knack for promoting science talks like rock shows. Then the pandemic hit.

  • Joey Richards stands outside with a guitar

    #GDTBATH: Joey Richards

    Doctoral student Joey Richards is a stand-up comedian who researches performance studies and teaches in the communication department in the College of Arts & Sciences. Richards is interested in the ways we can use comedy to create community and share queer identities.