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Rising senior Landon Bost was one of 16 students nationwide selected to attend the Sports Journalism Institute, a fellowship program for minorities and women that seeks to diversify sports journalism.
Massey Award winner Julie Cannefax takes care of business and nurtures students for the curriculum in toxicology and environmental medicine.
Rising senior Abhishek Shankar is working to launch the UNC-Chapel Hill Asian American Center to share a deeper understanding of the unique experience of being Asian American in the American South with the campus community.
Michael Emch has spent decades tracking the spread of infectious diseases in human populations around the world. Now he confronts what it means to teach and conduct research during a pandemic.
Massey Award winner Joseph Jordan embodies the University’s “Lux, Libertas” motto and makes the Stone Center a vital part of campus.
Graduate student Emily Hynes is using digital humanities tools to examine musical recordings from the American South to bring the true stories of the recordings to light.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School student Eliza Krause to come home from studying abroad in Budapest this spring, she had to quickly adapt to a new learning experience.
Hannah Spitzer, who was diagnosed as having autism spectrum disorder when she was 14 years old, hasn’t let anything get in the way of her education.