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As a university built for the people, public service is at the core of Carolina’s mission. Today, UNC-Chapel Hill has a presence in every county of North Carolina.
On this week’s episode, associate professor Paul Cuadros shares how he applies lessons he learned in Siler City to developing the Latinx community on campus.
In 2016, a group of North Carolina researchers published evidence of high rates of PFAS in the Cape Fear River basin. While this unregulated family of chemicals is used in the production of everyday goods, its impact on human health is largely unknown. For the past year, scientists from UNC-Chapel Hill, five other UNC system universities, and Duke University, have researched these potentially dangerous chemicals found in drinking water sources across the state.
World-class researchers at Carolina’s School of Education work to make schools safer, healthier places for learning.
Travis Williams is a medical student on a mission to bring excellent care to underserved corners of North Carolina.
Carolina students dress as their favorite animated movie characters to bring joy to children in hospitals and social service institutions.
As a Town Council intern, rising junior Daniel Bowen is making his adopted hometown of Chapel Hill a better place to live.
Working with the Environmental Defense Fund this summer, Cassidy Harding is realizing her high school dream of becoming an environmental scientist.