Nathan Kelete wants to use computer science to improve lives.
In his 40 years at UNC-Chapel Hill, the late Ken Jacobson transformed the world of microscopy — and helped countless students and peers along the way.
Christian Chung researches how to remove “forever chemicals” from drinking water.
Orlando Coronell wants to make clean water and clean energy accessible for everyone.
Since 1987, Rick Luettich has been building systems to protect the coast from environmental hazards and extreme weather events.
Snigdha Chaturvedi studies language that connects society and computers.
This summer, undergraduates are experiencing history firsthand as part of the archaeology program’s field school
Erik Zhang is a teaching assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences. He studies why people give preference to the needs and interests of family members, friends, and themselves over strangers.
Yao Li is an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics and Operations Research within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences. Her research focuses on developing efficient and robust machine learning models to solve real-world problems.
Since middle school, Michelle Itano has been mesmerized by the power of microscopes. These seemingly familiar pieces of technology can do so much more than simply capture images of small things. They can unveil a world beyond our imagination — one Itano strives to show as many people as possible.