Erin Siegal McIntyre uses traditional journalism, historical research, and photography to investigate the roots of international human rights abuses.
From student loan debt to rock ‘n’ roll, Carolina faculty discuss recent book projects and the research that went into them.
Daniel Johnson uses his research on mental health in the military to effect policy change at the national level.
Tushar Varma traveled across 35 states, visiting 85 independent bookstores to learn why they’re so vital to the communities they reside in.
Nazanin Knudsen uses writing, filmmaking, and small moments in time to reflect on larger cultural discrepancies.
With the shift to online health care during the pandemic, media law expert Amanda Reid questioned how copyright affects the work of music therapists. After learning how it can dictate care, she wrote a paper proposing that Congress create an exemption for these services.
Over its 110-year history, journalism at Carolina has evolved from a single course in the Department of English into the internationally renowned UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media. While the program has experienced exponential growth, its commitment to instilling students with innovative storytelling skills remains steadfast.