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Anthony tosses his cap for a graduation photo at the Old Well

Latin American studies meets biology for this Carolina senior

Anthony Ciano used his time at UNC to prepare for a career in healthcare, including working as a campus EMT and volunteering as a medical interpreter.


Zack Hall stands in front of a large hallway of mainframes and computers.

Mentors, matter

Ph.D. student Zack Hall has made an impact at Carolina through his research of subatomic particles and by supporting undergraduate physicists.


Headshot of Caroline Hoover

Senior Caroline Hoover is fighting for rural health care access

From Appalachia to the Research Triangle, the medical anthropology major is striving to improve rural health care access, particularly birth and pregnancy services.


Collage, from left: Headshot of Kathleen DuVal, right: book cover for "Native Nations"

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. The May featured book is “Native Nations: A Millennium in North America” by Kathleen DuVal.


Arne Kalleberg stands, arms crossed, in front of a bookshelf full of books.

Kalleberg elected to National Academy of Sciences

Kenan Distinguished Professor of Sociology Arne Kalleberg in the College of Arts and Sciences has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.


A group photo of the researchers, who are facing the camera in this outside photo.

UNC researchers receive grant to test blood oxygen device for patients of color

A team of UNC researchers from the department of applied physical sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, the UNC School of Medicine and Gillings School of Global Public Health has received a $110,000 grant to conduct a two-year clinical trial on a pulse oximeter that would improve the accuracy of blood oxygen saturation measurement in patients of color. 


Hyuenwoo Yang in the lab, tweaking controls on a machine with wires hooked to two vials of liquid.

CHASE Solar Hub pioneers liquid fuel conversion

At the center’s Chapel Hill headquarters, more than 100 researchers work to turn sunlight into methanol.