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In a class using COVID-19 best practices, Teaching Assistant Professor Samba Camara leads an Introduction to Africa course. (Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

Post-pandemic life: recovery and revelations in education

In part one of a three-part series, two Carolina experts consider the pandemic’s lasting effects on education from kindergarten through college.


On Dec. 1, a goodbye note on the website and a message on the diner’s voicemail thanked customers of Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe for decades of memories. (Grant Halverson ’93)

Taking the Economy’s Temperature

Millions of people are unemployed, many industries are struggling, and some businesses will never open again. Will we recover? UNC economists and financial analysts remain cautiously optimistic.


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UNC-Chapel Hill announces new partnership with American Academy of Diplomacy

The American Academy of Diplomacy and UNC-Chapel Hill are collaborating on the production of “The General and the Ambassador,” a podcast series that focuses on how senior U.S. military leaders partner with senior U.S. ambassadors on national security challenges overseas.


Victor Ilevbare. Photo by the Biology Ambassadors Program.

From Ebola to COVID-19: One student’s drive to fight infectious diseases

Carolina junior Victor Ilevbare has been through an epidemic and a pandemic, both of which informed his interest in medicine.


The motility of plant-colonizing bacteria is largely dependent on flagellin. as shown in this complex scientific diagram.

International team collaborates on new research about bacteria and plants

An international team of researchers, including Jeffery Dangl at UNC-Chapel Hill, uses two complementary approaches to unveil a co-evolutionary mechanism between bacteria and plants — and also explain complex immune response patterns observed in the wild.


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The pros and cons of universal basic income

The Well spoke with two College faculty members who have studied universal basic income.


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Arts Everywhere Featured Fellow: Emily Sferra

Emily Sferra splits her time between studying the writings of 19th-century British women writers, teaching classes, and working closely with PlayMakers Repertory Company as a part of her Arts Everywhere fellowship.


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