The University is currently operating under normal conditions
From making PPE to organizing child care, UNC School of Medicine students are organizing volunteer projects all with one aim – help hospitals safely and effectively combat COVID-19.
Rebecca Tippett, the founding director of Carolina Demography at the Carolina Population Center, shares why the census is critical to American life and how UNC-Chapel Hill has been helping North Carolina prepare for the process.
Pull up a chair and meet a few of Carolina's graduate students who are working to improve the lives of North Carolinians.
Operated by the UNC School of Government, the Lead for North Carolina program is training future leaders to address problems facing North Carolinians by placing young professionals in local government offices.
Polymer chemist Frank Leibfarth is rethinking plastics, with a focus on sustainability.
Melissa Miller, director of the Clinical Microbiology and Molecular Microbiology Labs, led the development of a COVID-19 test for the UNC Medical Center that will help ease demand on State Health Department and LabCorp.
From webinars and online resources for local officials to developing COVID-19 tests and treatments, the University's faculty members are using their knowledge and guidance for the public good.
On this week's podcast, Carolina alumna Sara Chester talks about how she is working to redefine a North Carolina city and the industries it has relied on for decades.