Hsun-Ta Hsu combines machine learning with data and community feedback to determine better housing solutions for homeless populations across the United States.
How will artificial intelligence change the world? This is just one of many questions philosopher Thomas Hofweber hopes to answer.
Aashka Dave studies the relationship between climate data, mis- and disinformation, and the financial impacts of climate change.
Yunzhi Hu studies how banks create and solve problems.
Biology students gain hands-on experience working with a variety of organisms, from butterflies to fish, in the Outer Banks.
Undergraduates at the UNC Outer Banks Field Site study how artificial light at night affects wildlife and share their results with community members.
Al Duncan unpacks the nuances of ancient Greek and Roman theater.
Ava Yurko studies capital punishment disparities among states.
Oswaldo Estrada writes about historical and present-day Latin American experiences.
John Wood Sweet writes character-driven narratives filled with vivid descriptions and emotional moments to unpack early America’s complicated history.