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Teaching professor Meredith Petschauer in the exercise and sports science department uses her finger to write notes on a tablet that students in her Biomechanics of Sports class can see on TV screens throughout the flexible classroom in Woollen Gym. (Photo courtesy of Lars Sahl, OASIS)

Focusing on flexibility

Carolina’s Flexible Learning Spaces Initiative will modernize up to 50 classrooms and advance student-focused interaction.

Virtual archaeology tour brings campus history to life

The Research Laboratories of Archaeology created a walking tour to show the dozen places on campus where archaeologists excavated and made discoveries about life before the University’s founding and during its first 100 years.

William and McManus

The Net Fix

With the mass adoption of streaming video services and last yearʼs repeal of net neutrality rules, how consumers interact with the internet is poised to change in unprecedented ways. Two UNC economists create tools to help industry analysts and policymakers chart a course through the uncertainty.

Ndaliko and her husband, Petna Ndaliko Katondolo, run Yole!Africa, which provides a space for youth in eastern Congo to thrive despite the region’s deadly conflict. (photo by Steve Exum)

Confronting Conflict with Creativity

From Chapel Hill to the Democratic Republic of Congo, music professor Chérie Rivers Ndaliko empowers students to come together and use creativity as a touchstone for social change.

Kevin Guskiewicz

Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz: ‘strategic, bold and student-focused’

Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz reflects on his first month on the job and shares his energy and excitement for leading Carolina, a place he describes as “passionately public.”

Theo Dingemans (photo courtesy of Innovate Carolina)

Interdisciplinary team discovers double helix structure in synthetic macromolecule

Researchers have discovered that a high-strength polymer called “PBDT” has a rare double helix structure, opening possibilities for use in a variety of applications.

Anne Ferig

English and comparative literature doctoral student curates new exhibit at Wilson Library

English and comparative literature doctoral student Anne Fertig curated a new exhibit at Wilson Library on the history of Scottish Gaels in North Carolina.

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