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Carolina to host a Class of 2020 virtual celebration

At 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 10, the University will hold a Class of 2020 video watch party celebration so graduates and their families can celebrate together until it’s safe to hold an in-person ceremony.

Tyger Hanback in his Marching Tar Heels uniform

A Tar Heel for life

Senior Tyger Hanback shares his Carolina journey as an admissions ambassador and a member of the Marching Tar Heels and a few of his friends share their favorite memories of UNC, too, in this video blog.

Han Guo

Senior Han Guo: Building language technologies

Han Guo is a senior double-majoring in computer science and statistics and analytics. He researches how to build language technologies like automated image captioning.

Malikiya Hinds at the Old Well.

Chasing challenges at Carolina

For senior Malikiya Hinds, graduating from Carolina is proof of her resiliency and a reminder of all that she’s overcome to earn her degree.

Sweta Karlekar at a conference in Brussels.

Push through challenges, embrace new opportunities

We interviewed four graduating seniors about their experience at Carolina. Here are their stories and the advice they would give to fellow graduates. To say that Sweta Karlekar’s four years at Carolina have been packed is an understatement. She had internships at Disney, Yelp and Facebook. She was a part of Google’s AI Research Mentorship Program. She presented her research … Continued

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Mission Critical [Part One]: Make it Work

FastTraCS is a small group of biomedical engineers who support UNC Health physicians, nurses and staff by identifying problems in clinical settings and creating innovative, technological solutions.

The U-MAPS board. (Photo by Dennis Schroeder / NREL)

NREL Helps Found Consortium to Boost Solar Perovskite Commercialization

Perovskite solar cells are a type of thin-film solar cell that have proven to be highly efficient at harnessing sunlight to generate electricity. UNC-Chapel Hill is one of the founding organizers of the consortium.