Former Sequoyah Fellow and author of a new book on Native American tribal citizenship, Mikaëla Adams reflects on her work and cherished memories of Carolina.
The Carolina Grad Student F1RSTS initiative is helping fist generation students succeed in graduate school and doctoral programs.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded a two-year grant to the UNC-Chapel Hill to examine the effects of changing environments on human health in the Galápagos, Ecuador. The principal investigator is Amanda Thompson, who holds dual appointments in the Department of Nutrition in the Gillings School of Global Public Health and the Department of Anthropology in the College … Continued
“Transformative” is the word professors Glenn Hinson and Stefan Jeglinski use repeatedly when speaking about the courses they’ve developed through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Quality Enhancement Program (QEP), a five-year initiative to enhance the undergraduate learning experience through “connecting, doing and making.”
UNC political scientist Frank Baumgartner makes a strong case in the epilogue of his new book about the importance of involving undergraduate students in research. “At one of the nation’s best public universities, why would a professor not engage these brilliant minds into the world of research and social impact?” he writes.
On Sept. 22, the newly named Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship and the Carolina Union hosted a celebration and challenge for students. A select group of e-minor students competed
In California, medical exemptions from vaccinations go up after elimination of exemptions for personal beliefs
UNC study: An increase in California in medical exemptions from immunization after the elimination of personal belief exemptions suggests that some vaccine-hesitant parents may have located physicians willing to exercise the broader discretion provided by California Senate bill 277 for granting medical exemptions.