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Student-run Meantime Coffee Company is leading the way on sustainable business practices, professional development and community reinvestment.
Carolina professor Marc Cohen works to make his assignments immersive and experiential, including the course’s most recent collaborative unit on non-native, invasive plants with the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
Carolina innovators are working to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, and students are a driving force behind that mission.
1789 is Carolina's central hub of innovation. The space combines mentorship and workshops with working space and a collaborative setting to help Tar Heels develop the skills to be entrepreneurs and innovators.
Whether it's starting his own nonprofit to help people experiencing homelessness or working in the corporate engagement sector, where he can channel funds back to local and global communities, Carolina senior Righteous Keitt is focused on giving back.
During the pandemic, Melody Zhuo graduated from Carolina with a music degree but had nowhere to perform. So, like any good artist, she improvised, earning her Master of Accounting degree.
While the woodshop, 3D printers and laser cutters in Carolina's makerspaces may bring ideas to life, student workers like Kishan Babuji play a critical role in keeping Tar Heels making.
Caitlin Russell spent the past six years working on public affairs in the Air Force, flying in Black Hawks and documenting military training exercises. Now she's in Chapel Hill gaining new skills to take her career to the next level.