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Dr. Elizabeth Stringer, an associate professor in the UNC School of Medicine, has dedicated her career to improving the health and well-being of women around the world.
Carolina’s Global Social Development Innovations program is training social workers for global practice and bringing together an interdisciplinary team of researchers and scholars to improve the economic and social welfare of women, youth and their families around the world.
From Chapel Hill to the Democratic Republic of Congo, music professor Chérie Rivers Ndaliko empowers students to come together and use creativity as a touchstone for social change.
With resources from Carolina, Emily Venturi designed an independent research project to learn more about the migration crisis in Europe.
A growing joint-degree program between Carolina and the National University of Singapore allows for a new level of student exchange.
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.