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Woman On Board

Woman On Board

Deborah Dexter, the first person to earn a PhD at the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences, reflects on a lifetime of travel, teaching, and trailblazing.
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

UNC Kenan-Flagler Professor Deborah Stroman connects students and professionals to better the business of basketball.
Getting There

Getting There

What does it take to care for mothers and their babies in remote Ghana? UNC researchers are evaluating systems in place to help some of the world’s most vulnerable women and children.
When Real-World Data and Research Collide

When Real-World Data and Research Collide

An interview with UNC-Chapel Hill doctoral candidate Mugdha Gokhale, the recent recipient of Forbes magazine's “30 Under 30: Healthcare” award.
A New Chapter

A New Chapter

How a book inspired two UNC professors to discuss belonging and home in African diaspora communities.
The Power of Hate

The Power of Hate

UNC communications professor Michael Waltman explains why hate speech is prominent in 2016 politics.
Heart-Healthy Hushpuppies

Heart-Healthy Hushpuppies

Heart Healthy Lenoir teaches Lenoir County residents that paying attention to fat and carbohydrate quality can substantially reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.
The Little Things

The Little Things

Research from UNC social psychology professor Sara Algoe suggests gratitude and shared laughter strengthen romantic partnerships.
Folate — Friend or Foe?

Folate — Friend or Foe?

UNC Nutrition Research Institute scientists focus on folate, a vitamin once considered critical for health, to learn how much the body needs to function properly
Win-Win

Win-Win

The UNC community applauds doctoral candidate Ted Mansfield, who won a Best Paper Award from the Society for Risk Analysis in December for his research on air pollution in the Research Triangle
The Need for Seeds

The Need for Seeds

The North Carolina Botanical Garden collects seeds to ecologically restore native plant species after natural disasters strike
On the Front Lines

On the Front Lines

To better understand the severity of this year’s El Niño, UNC oceanographers traveled to one of the hardest hit places — the Galápagos Islands