For Gabrielle Calvocoressi, poems are gateways to other worlds to explore emotions, identity, and the past.
John Wood Sweet writes character-driven narratives filled with vivid descriptions and emotional moments to unpack early America’s complicated history.
The Carolina Biology Education Research Lab makes research more accessible and unpacks career options for undergraduates — a vital service for a department with more than 2,800 majors.
Dorothy Espelage is a pioneering and prolific researcher in the study of school-based bullying, rapidly growing the field and protecting kids along the way.
Ramona Denby-Brinson has spent the last 30 years keeping children out of the foster system and in the homes of relatives.
A new NASA satellite is recording the first global survey of Earth’s water cycle with unprecedented accuracy — and Tamlin Pavelsky is verifying its data from North Carolina to New Zealand.
Ric Colacito’s research suggests that, in the worst-case scenario, rising temperatures could reduce U.S. economic growth by up to one-third over the next century.
Denise “Dee” Yookong Williams uses art to help LGBTQ youth and youth of color process their experiences around suicide.
Claire Bunschoten spent a year at The New York Botanical Garden unpacking the history and culture tied to one of America’s favorite flavors: vanilla.
Tushar Varma traveled across 35 states, visiting 85 independent bookstores to learn why they’re so vital to the communities they reside in.