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During his four years at Carolina, Jacob Stocks went from not having a passport to having one stamped in Spain, Mexico and Ghana.
Graduate students from Carolina's Department of Marine Sciences spent 10 days transplanting corals on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef in southern Belize. The data they collect from this research could impact coral reef conservation efforts in the future.
The renowned physicist died on March 13, 2018. In 2015, UNC-Chapel Hill co-sponsored a conference in Sweden that brought together Hawking and other accomplished theoretical physicists to discuss whether singularities in black holes exist.
Founded by Carolina and Duke students, MoyoMedical is working to bring preeclampsia early-detection tests to women in developing countries.
A seismic shift in global education has taken place. The College of Arts & Sciences' Study Abroad Program offers more than 330 programs in 70 countries. Three students share their transformational experiences.
In this week’s podcast, we talk with assistant professor of sport administration Jonathan Jensen about sports marketing and Olympic sponsorships.
Study abroad helped me learn that feeling at home is a state of mind and not an actual place. My home is with my family and friends here in North Carolina and at Chapel Hill, but it’s also with each and every person I met abroad. My heart is sprinkled all over the world and I couldn’t be happier about it.
As a Carolina student, Amaya Martinez Mesa helped create a nutrition intervention program at a nonprofit in rural Nicaragua.