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Carolina researchers at the Galapagos Science Center have been shining a light on the challenges presented by human interactions on the islands and working to find the balance between helping the islands’ economy thrive while also protecting the iconic species.
Through Carolina's Global Take Off program, Cade Rodgers had the opportunity to travel farther than he’s ever ventured before and explore a new culture in Puerto Rico.
Carolina sophomore Wali Khan and Duke University junior Ahmed Salat recently launched a project to support business development in rural Wajir County in Northern Kenya.
Among Carolina's lauded first-generation student programs is a study abroad fellowship that sends students to the U.S.-Mexico border to examine the concept of “borderlands” as it relates to their own first-generation identities.
On this week’s podcast, Carolina senior Erin Hager invites us on her study abroad experience to Santiago, Chile, where she studied in the fall of 2018.
An interdisciplinary team of Carolina researchers recently returned to the Himalayas to continue studying the effects of climate change on Buddhist holy lakes. A major goal: To retrieve data from instruments they installed 15 months ago.
While studying abroad in Spain last semester, Sakari Singleton built relationships with the local community and with other international students, learning how to connect with strangers through a language that she’s grown to love.
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.