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Massey Award winner Nan Kham built a new life in Chapel Hill after fleeing political persecution in Myanmar.
In this week's podcast, Mitch Prinstein discusses his research on popularity, explains the different forms of popularity and why it doesn’t always pay to be the most popular.
Professor Gary Bishop was doing virtual reality before it was cool. Now he uses his computer science background to create books for children with visual impairments and developmental disabilities.
Carolina oncologist and cancer researcher Chad Pecot, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer at age 20, now works to stop the spread of lung cancer.
Gregory Gangi argues that greater collaboration between universities, government and business can transform North Carolina into a clean technology powerhouse.
Lauren Bates has nearly 2,000 miles to go in her cross-country run before starting a graduate program in exercise physiology at Carolina.
Chuka Akpom is gaining hands-on experience this summer as a communications intern with the PGA Tour working on advertising campaigns.
For 2018 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Award winner Martina Ballen being in this elite group is a special honor.