Hsun-Ta Hsu combines machine learning with data and community feedback to determine better housing solutions for homeless populations across the United States.
Ramona Denby-Brinson has spent the last 30 years keeping children out of the foster system and in the homes of relatives.
Denise “Dee” Yookong Williams uses art to help LGBTQ youth and youth of color process their experiences around suicide.
Anderson Al Wazni strives to help communities hit by climate change.
Trenette Goings believes effective prevention can eliminate addiction.
In each episode of the Mix(ed)tape Podcast, researchers Melissa Villodas and Andrés Hincapié speak to Black dancers, choreographers, musicians, and academics about the roots of various Afro-Latin rhythms, the role of dance and music in identity formation, and how racism manifests in the Afro-Latin dance scene.
Rainier Masa is an assistant professor in the UNC School of Social Work. He studies the intersection of socioeconomic precarity, stigma, and HIV in adolescents and young adults.
Terence Johnson is a PhD student in the UNC School of Social Work and a student assistant in the Department of Social Medicine within the UNC School of Medicine. He researches how to create equity within the criminal justice system.
While the novel coronavirus has affected us all, it has drastically changed the lives of specific groups of people, from rural populations to long-term care residents to communities of color. Startling statistics among these groups have pushed UNC researchers from a variety of disciplines into action.