Impact on Our State

Supporting the community that supports us. Our success is North Carolina’s success. 

  • Horticulture, history and hurricanes

    In starting a community garden, the Coharie tribe reclaim their autonomy in agriculture, transforming it into a place for healing and community. Carolina senior Sierra Dunne records their story.

  • Well Said: Making an impact in North Carolina

    On this episode of Well Said, UNC School of Government professor Anita Brown-Graham discusses an initiative that is taking on some of North Carolina's biggest challenges.

  • Treating patients holistically

    UNC-PrimeCare is working to address the needs of people across the life span, reaching out to serve rural and underserved communities and populations in North Carolina.

  • Giving back to North Carolina

    Service-learning students spent their spring breaks providing community service throughout the state and the region.

  • Profits with purpose

    Kenan-Flagler professor Jim Kitchen challenges undergraduate students in his Entrepreneurship and Business Planning course to come up with business ventures that will ultimately help charities across the Triangle.

  • Carolina, Duke put rivalry to good cause

    This Saturday, a unified team of Special Olympics athletes and Carolina students will face off against Duke students in an annual rivalry basketball game to promote social inclusion.

  • Carolina student uses coffee to influence social change

    Best Buddies Brews is providing individuals with disabilities a platform to develop and showcase marketable skills, build friendships and engage with community members.

  • Uncovering histories

    Anthropologist and archaeologist Anna Agbe-Davies uncovers little-known histories of African-American women by looking at the homes that shaped their lives.