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A doctoral candidate in the College of Arts & Sciences' music department, Mike Levine studies the Cuban music scene and how artists distribute their music through something called “the sneakernet,” Cuba’s grassroots alternative to the internet.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School's Global Immersion Electives help students interact with leaders of companies and organizations in different parts of the world, and participate in cultural and community experiences.
For thousands of years, the northern Andes Mountains have acted as a carbon sink, preserving organic matter as thick soil. As the planet warms, what will happen to all that carbon? This past summer, Carolina undergraduates traveled to Ecuador to take a closer look.
UNC World View is a public service program that provides global professional development opportunities to educators throughout the state.
Carolina junior Varun Jain is balancing his computer science schoolwork and college life while also running his own company, which is working to improve food distribution networks in India.
After switching her music major focus from piano to vocal performance, rising Carolina senior Melody Zhuo is spending her summer performing Italian operas in Italy.
Fourteen Carolina media and journalism students tapped into what they're learning in the classroom to document an archaeological dig site in Israel.
For the next month, people from around the world are coming together to celebrate the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In the spirit of global community, we’re examining how Carolina is a leader in international education and how it is helping our students develop a global mindset.