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School of Law students are providing pro bono legal support to former military service members who need access to veterans' benefits and health care.
Native only to a 90-mile inland radius around Wilmington, the Venus flytrap is a symbol of the Atlantic coastal plain’s unique ecology. Carolina researchers are working to preserve these carnivorous wonders.
The Tar Heel Bus Tour traveled to 26 towns and cities throughout North Carolina last week as faculty members and senior administrators examined the most pressing issues facing our state.
On this week’s podcast, Lynn Blanchard, the director of the Carolina Center for Public Service, explains why 90 faculty members and administrators are spending fall break on buses touring the state.
Not only is the UNC Nutrition Research Institute changing lives of North Carolinians through its research, but it is revitalizing the Kannapolis community.
A current multidisciplinary initiative led by Carolina's Jason Mihalik is tracking neurological function in elite warfighters.
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.