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The Tar Heel Bus Tour began with stops in Siler City, Snow Hill, Winterville, Lumberton and Rocky Mount.
The second day of the tour examined the University's impact on the coast and in the mountains and farmlands.
The tour's final day included stops at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Raleigh, Durham, Burlington, Wilkesboro and Eden.
Follow along as Carolina's faculty and senior administrators share their experiences on the Tar Heel Bus Tour.
Students, faculty and staff dedicate thousands of hours each year to helping our communities by performing service projects and participating in outreach programs while also making community-changing discoveries and creating a better future for all of North Carolina through research.
Since its inception more than 10 years ago, the Carolina College Advising Corps has become an invaluable part of Carolina’s commitment to opportunity by partnering with low-income high schools throughout North Carolina to increase college enrollment across the state.
A current multidisciplinary initiative led by Carolina's Jason Mihalik, in partnership with Fort Bragg's U.S. Army Special Operations Command, is tracking neurological function in elite warfighters. Special Operations Forces soldiers complete a series of tests, including neurocognition, balance, vision and sensory performance, blood biomarkers and neuroimaging.
Not only is the UNC Nutrition Research Institute changing lives of North Carolinians through its research, but it is revitalizing the Kannapolis community.
UNC World View is a public service program that provides global professional development opportunities to educators throughout the state. In addition to sponsoring international travel, World View shares global resources and knowledge with 88 North Carolina school districts and community colleges to help teachers globalize their curricula.
UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC seeks to address health care worker shortages and improve education across a number of health science fields in western North Carolina.