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Anthropologist and archaeologist Anna Agbe-Davies uncovers little-known histories of African-American women by looking at the homes that shaped their lives.
The UNC School of Law’s Pro Bono Program allows law students to serve unmet legal needs in their communities while providing students with hands-on experience in the field.
The gift from Dr. Claude A. Adams III of Durham will fund scholarships, professorships and outreach benefitting North Carolina.
Jessie Smith at the School of Government launched the school’s Innovation Lab to promote a fair and effective criminal justice system, public safety and economic prosperity.
The Environmental Finance Center has been helping North Carolina communities reach their environmental protection goals for the past 20 years.
A two-week fellows program at the School of Government aims to help local government professionals enhance their organizational leadership skills. The goal is not to help just one person, but the entire community.
On this week's podcast, Sam Cykert, the director of the Health and Clinical Informatics program at the School of Medicine, explains the how a new program is helping patients build heart-healthy habits and saving lives.
A student-run organization pairs Carolina students with pediatric patients to provide support, comfort and friendship in difficult times.