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Master’s student Lucas Adelino followed his passion for computational linguistics and natural language understanding to Carolina.
Doctoral student Kirsten Giesbrecht uses mathematical modeling to study the heart in its early developmental stages.
Sunita Agarwala is making the most of resources at both UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University through the joint department of biomedical engineering.
Each semester, Be a Maker (BeAM) hosts a showcase of the innovations made possible by technologies and tools at Carolina’s makerspace network. Take a walk through last semester’s MakerFest in this … Read more
The center’s academic coaches, peer tutors and writing coaches are ready to help Tar Heels create a plan for a great semester ahead.
The winter graduate used funding from her Robinson Fellowship and skills she learned through her history coursework to study honeybees in the U.K.
McCoy, a December graduate, majored in political science and has a minor in social and economic justice to prepare her for the next step in her career: law school.
When the senior graduates on Dec. 17, she will do so with a double major in biology and neuroscience and her sights set on medical school.
Huebsch, who graduates on Dec. 17, followed her passion for creating climate change solutions to an extraordinary undergraduate experience as a chemistry major at Carolina.
A junior, Kerr founded the Sports Analysis Intelligence Laboratory to connect undergraduates with a passion for statistics with opportunities through Carolina Athletics.
Postdoctoral Awards for Research Excellence (PARE) are given in recognition of the research promise demonstrated by individual postdoctoral scholars. Meet this year’s recipients, including those in the College of Arts … Read more
For more than 8,000 students, this week is the start of their Tar Heel journeys. For thousands more, it’s a return to the place they’ve learned to love.
Zijie Yan, associate professor of applied physical sciences, is using light to tackle significant challenges in the field of nanoscience.
Her work to help detect neutrinoless double beta decay could help explain why there is significantly more matter than antimatter in the universe
To expand UNC-Chapel Hill’s capacity to pursue team science, the Office of Research Development (ORD) fosters collaboration, accelerates innovation, and supports groundbreaking discoveries.
At the UNC Summer Jazz Workshop, recent, current and incoming Carolina music students grow as educators and showcase the music department.
The inaugural cohort of Southern Futures Undergraduate Fellows is paving the way for generations of Tar Heels interested in deeply engaging with the South through student-led research and community-driven activism.
Rising junior Rose Houck uses knowledge from her biology and applied data science courses to research water quality and flood resiliency issues.
Since the fall of 2021, Jim Hirschfield’s wood sculpture class in the art and art history department and the Carolina Tree Heritage have given downed trees on Carolina’s campus new … Read more
Victoria Wlosok signed a book deal for her young adult thriller with a “big five” publisher when she was still a first-year student at UNC. On Sept. 19, her work … Read more