The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
Carolina students are helping the Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History curate oral histories from members of Black communities in southern Orange County.
A project at the UNC Institute for Marine Sciences is serving as a carbon offset for Carolina by burying carbon deposits into the sediment of a saltmarsh created by researchers.
Leaders from a Sampson County, North Carolina, community welcomed Assistant Professor Courtney Woods into their local environmental justice efforts.
Teachers are stressed. Students are struggling. Parents are shouldering more responsibilities. While the controversy surrounding when and how schools should reopen has led to policy debates, Carolina researchers find hope in the lessons from this year.
Sophomore Samara Perez Labra is working on community development and revitalization initiatives at Habitat for Humanity of Orange County alongside Carolina alumnus Kevin Giff.
Sophomore Ashlyn Clark has been volunteering for the Orange County Health Department assessing the safety of drinking water and assisting with business outreach as part of the department’s response to COVID-19.
Driven by graduate students, the Scientific Research and Education Network connects educators and researchers to enhance STEM learning in classrooms across the state.
Graduate student Rachel Woodul spent two years researching what might happen to hospital capacity when the next pandemic strikes. When it arrived, she compared what her model — and others’ — got wrong to improve how we react to public health crises in the future.