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Winter graduate Gabriela Alemán spent much of her Carolina experience away from Chapel Hill, traveling the world through several of the University's global programs.
An innovative, Carolina-born method for stopping the spread of HIV is saving lives across Sub-Saharan Africa.
Carolina researcher Mina Hosseinipour is leading a study to determine whether an injectable drug could prevent HIV in women.
An international team of scholars, students and educators, led by two anthropologists from UNC-Chapel Hill, are teaching schoolchildren in Mexico about preserving stunning underground formations known as cenotes.
Global communications interns are learning new skills by planning, developing and producing a magazine.
In a three-week journey from Chapel Hill to the Himalayas to study the effects of climate change on Buddhist holy lakes, two mathematicians, a marine scientist and a religious studies scholar overcame multiple challenges and proved the value of an interdisciplinary team.
Six Carolina dental students learned new methods in global dentistry during a service trip to Nicaragua last spring.
In this week's podcast, Jonathan Parr discusses how a team of Carolina researchers worked alongside partners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to study hepatitis B and C.