A hundred years after the birth of quantum mechanics, a UNC mathematics professor has utilized a new hydrodynamic system to visualize behaviors reminiscent of electronic spin systems, providing new insight … Continued
First-year college students are reporting drinking less alcohol and having fewer episodes of binge drinking four months into the coronavirus pandemic than they were before the pandemic started, according to … Continued
“Being and Belonging: Perspectives from North Carolina,” an exhibition featuring the work of 13 artists, will open at the FedEx Global Education Center on Aug. 18.
Carolina joins new NSF institute to enhance artificial intelligence tools for a more equitable, inclusive classroom experience
Through the new Artificial Intelligence Institute for Engaged Learning, Carolina researchers will guide innovations in educational AI from creation to application.
Martin Groff is the 2021 Dr. Nancy C. Joyner Summer Research Fellowship recipient, which allows him to conduct research on 19th-century American authors and their conceptualization of democracy.
The rising senior studying biochemistry has an internship at pharmaceutical giant Merck in New Jersey.
Jenna Hynes is interning with the Piedmont Conservation Council in Siler City, North Carolina, conducting fieldwork and partnering with community members to preserve the city’s water sources.
UNC folklorist Glenn Hinson and students provided research that informed the re-enactment this summer of a 1921 Warren County court trial where 16 Black men were unfairly accused after being … Continued
Regional participation in the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) helps bring jobs to the area and strengthens the research-to-market pipeline.
The Russian Flagship Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently completed a successful first year.
Decades before he became UNC’s chancellor, neuroscientist Kevin Guskiewicz strived to create the playbook for preventing and treating concussions — and changed the game forever.
Alyssa Cooper has been working with Southern Bridge International’s Prego Club, which focuses on helping pregnant or post-partum Japanese women in the Triangle navigate the American medical system.
There are currently more than 4,000 identified exoplanets, and senior Madyson Barber is searching for more.
A $12.5 million gift from the Gary Sinise Foundation Avalon Network will establish the THRIVE Program in the College of Arts & Sciences’ Matthew Gfeller Center.
Navigating new social etiquettes and reentering social situations after more than a year of the pandemic isn’t going to be a simple transition. Carolina clinical psychology professor Jonathan Abramowitz shared … Continued
Alayna Mackiewicz, a Ph.D. student in the department of biology, is the 2021 recipient of a summer research fellowship which allowed her to travel to Woods Hole, Massachusetts, to conduct … Continued
Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College people, published the first week of each month. This month’s featured book: “The Intersector: How the Public, Non-profit and … Continued
Fourteen undergraduates from UNC-Chapel Hill have been selected as Phillips Ambassadors for summer, fall and academic year 2021 study abroad programs in Asia.
Mattias Miller ’21 and Christina Oh ’22 have been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study less commonly taught languages during summer 2021.