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the figure of Haley Moser can be seen as she collects data while the sun sets in the Galapagos

Carolina to Cristóbal

After visiting the Galápagos Islands for a research project over winter break, senior Haley Moser hopes to pursue a career in community-centered research after graduating from Carolina this May. ...
a salamander rests in the hand of a student

Hunting for Salamanders in the Highlands

With more than 30 species of salamanders living in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Highlands Biological Station, a UNC Institute for the Environment field site, conducts several student ...
a graphic showing two beer bottles, one half full & one full, and reads "people with autism are twice as likely to use drugs and alcohol than someone without the disorder"

Different Disorders, Similar Stigma

People with autism are twice as likely to use drugs and alcohol than someone without the disorder — a statistic that most people are unaware of. To educate the public on this topic, UNC autism ...
a woman and a man in blue lab coats lower the pressure gage on technical equipment inside a lab

Catalyzing Innovation

Over the last five years alone, more than 15 UNC students have accepted jobs at Eastman, a materials and specialty additives company in Kingsport, Tennessee. On top of hiring Carolina grads, the ...
A large crowd of people gather in front of a sign that reads "Stoczni Gdańskiej im. Lenina."

Sounds of Revolution

A generation under Soviet control made its voice heard on tape. UNC music scholar Andrea F. Bohlman is listening. ...
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The Kids Are Not Alright

Even though more than 1.4 million American children under the age of 18 care for siblings or parents who have a chronic illness or disability, support for this demographic is in short supply. UNC ...
a woman talks with a male food bank official as they stand in a warehouse among shelves of canned food

A Foreign Exchange

Last fall, UNC professor Maureen Berner visited food banks across Belgium to learn how they handle issues of poverty and food insecurity. This scholarly exchange was also a home exchange, as ...

Reef. Sleep. Repeat.

In December, graduate students from the UNC Department of Marine Sciences spent 10 days transplanting corals on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef in southern Belize. The data they collect from this ...
More than 2,900 Americans die from gun violence each month: 50 are women shot by their partners, 212 are children, and the remaining deaths are attributed to homicides, suicides, and accidents

Gun Violence – A Public Health Perspective

How do you preserve gun owner rights, but also prevent firearm deaths? It's a question three UNC researchers are trying to answer. ...
a blond woman holds two fingers up to a toddler, trying to teach her how to count

The One Doing the Talking

Across the nation, data indicate that meaningful conversations between teachers and students from kindergarten to third grade are limited to an average of 28 total minutes per day — something that ...

The Evolution of a Research Center

More than 225 students and scientists have received educational training and advanced their research at the Galapágos Science Center — a collaborative partnership between UNC-Chapel Hill and the ...
seven men from a widowed fathers support group stand together and pose for a photo

Brotherhood of Hope

In October 2010, seven men embarked on a rare and unexpected journey — they joined a support group for widowed fathers. The experience was so instrumental in their healing that the group’s, ...

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