Former Carolina football player honored by his teammates
Carolina launches CARDNL, the University’s first Drone Lab.
Early results from a UNC Water Institute study are upending much of what we thought we knew about safe sanitation practices.
Faculty at Carolina working to address cases of “long COVID”
Carolina graduate student brings her perspectives to the nation through ESPN podcast
Within the framework of Carolina Next: Innovations for Public Good, a new comprehensive initiative is moving Carolina's sustainability efforts forward.
UNC researchers are shedding light on past hurricanes while providing the tools to predict which areas will be most vulnerable to flooding in the future.
“It is more effective to fund resilience strategies than it is to rebuild after damage occurs," said Piehler, who is leading a $2 million research study.
Interdisciplinary experts at Carolina are advancing decision-making around flooding.
Researching the intersection of environment, economics and engineering
Carolina is leading the world in clean water and sanitation efforts, according to the 2020 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
The ncIMPACT Initiative is partnering with myFutureNC to better align North Carolina's education system with the needs of the economy.
The $75,000 award recognizes exemplary faculty who reflect the University’s commitment to innovative engagement and outreach that addresses real-world challenges.
“There’s a lot of trauma embedded in this history.”
UNC-Chapel Hill scientists were awarded $1 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation to answer the age-old question: How did life on Earth begin?
Using machine learning to identify racist language in state laws
New initiative builds professional skills for future leaders of local governments
New space on campus will provide faculty with a collaborative place to grow their companies
A Chancellor’s Science Scholar is researching the intersection between the environment and human health.
Paving the way for generations of future Tar Heels
$8 million gift to fund speaker series in the UNC Program for Public Discourse.
New digital tool that offers county-level insight and answers
Cancer survivor kickstarts research for a cure
Using Carolina resources to solve our latest problems
Adjusting health care to be cognizant of trauma survivors
Top priority of Carolina’s strategic framework involves us all
Debt, Doubt and Dreams: Understanding the Latino College Completion Gap
Donation to support veteran housing in Tiny Homes Village
Covid-response collaborative blends data science with community wisdom
“What we are doing is creating the best scientists the world has ever seen, and there is not a certain look to that. There is no rhyme or reason to who ends up being the best — you don’t know who will have that breakthrough that’s going to save the world.”
Creating community-centered social change through music
CUBE expands its community through a new partnership
Bringing philosophy to correctional facilities
"This university is a public university that truly serves everyone, not just itself.”
“First responders and health care workers are facing a lot of challenges right now.”
“It’s so important to find a way to … make music together right now.”
See how the UNC Mobile Health Clinic is increasing access to COVID-19 testing in underserved areas — and at no cost to patients.
UNC Adams School of Dentistry and MAHEC are aligning education and public service to bring oral health care to rural populations.
The medical director of the HIV Cure Center is leading a clinical research team to conduct a large phase 3 trial for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Major gift expands access to Launch Chapel Hill innovation space
“If it makes North Carolina better, it’s worth it.”
Summer Bridge helped a pediatrician get a solid start at Carolina.
Helping prepare giant tortoises for the wild.
“Carolina is literally a lab-bench-to-bedside one-stop shop.”
Local islanders help document biological life in Galapagos
Dr. Cindy Gay shares insight about the ins and outs of COVID-19 vaccine trials in this exclusive Q&A.
An interdisciplinary team of humanities students and faculty are documenting climate change in Robeson County.
Ensuring vulnerable populations are not overlooked.
Bringing national acclaim and nanotechnology resources to our region.
Reggie and Celeste Hodges are preserving their extensive collection of African art.
Obesity linked with higher risk for COVID-19 complications
Connecting communities with access to local food during the COVID-19 pandemic
‘I’ve got to find answers.’
UNC Center for Galapagos Studies is reactivating the Galapagos economy through science, community and work.
Researching anomalies to improve the lives of many
Bringing safety and assurance that currently doesn’t exist
Ensuring access to the most advanced care
Carolina's expertise in HIV research provides hope for tackling COVID-19.
Research support to capture and disable coronavirus spikes
A $40 million award will accelerate fundamental research of the production of fuels from sunlight.
Using “mixed reality” in treating teens with suicidal thoughts and behaviors
How the structure of makerspaces encourages or inhibits participation
Funding 85 projects across 14 UNC System schools
Donation of three paintings worth $12.1 million will transform the Ackland Art Museum’s permanent collection of post-war and contemporary art.
A game-changing grant in a global pandemic
Helping frontline workers better understand the state of their own mental health
Funding the two projects with $75,000 each, the award recognizes exemplary faculty who reflect the University’s commitment to innovative engagement and outreach that addresses real-world challenges.
Useful findings on resilience and happiness
Rare book collection worth $6.2 million donated to the University Libraries
A new center at Carolina’s Institute for the Environment is helping communities better prepare and plan for hurricanes and future risks posed by climate change.
Raising money to help feed children affected by COVID-19
Limiting the transmission of COVID-19
Six UNC Hussman alumni win 2020 Pulitzer Prizes
Drawing from expertise to mobilize in response to COVID-19
The potential to identify autism in infancy
Editing along ethical boundaries
In order to operate at our highest level, PlayMakers relies heavily on advanced technology both on and off stage each season, ranging from state-of-the-art video projectors to current FCC compliant communications systems to our industry-leading customer relations database, Tessitura. These tools require annual maintenance and training and often incur unexpected expenses for repair and upgrades. Funding for these and other on-going projects keeps us at the forefront of the latest industry trends and provides our students with real life experience with top tools in our industry.
Looking at the riskiest factors of COVID-19 transmission
Using next generation sequencing to better understand COVID-19
A new fund will provide immediate support to Carolina’s COVID-19 research teams.
UNC and NASA collaborate to study COVID-19
“Until we come up with a vaccine … policies will determine what happens.”
Speeding the development of emergency ventilators.
Showcasing the ability to change
Carolina alumnus Smith Freeman is adding to the Ackland Art Museum’s collection and supporting its multidisciplinary programming.
Creating pediatric masks for UNC Health
The research of Carolina’s top coronavirus efforts is now easily accessible online.
“Game-Changer” treatment for patients with COVID-19
Partnering with state and local agencies to assess COVID-19 prevalence
Tips from Clinical Psychology Professor Jon Abramowitz
A glimpse of how UNC’s essential workers are shifting their focus for COVID-19
A study led by Jessica Lin, an infectious disease researcher at UNC, is addressing the COVID-19 infection rate of household members.
“We have probably the best group of autism researchers in the nation right here at UNC."
Ralph Baric and his team are testing hundreds of existing compounds against COVID-19 for researchers and labs across the world, in search of the most effective therapeutics.
UNC-Chapel Hill researcher Rachel Noble is studying the transmissibility of COVID-19 through water and the environment.
Can social media help track the spread of disease?
New access to virtual dental services
Physician assistant studies student using 3D printing to enhance PPE during COVID-19
Will Vizuete captures aerosols from around the world and brings them back for testing in his lab to improve our understanding of how air pollution forms.
Finding a personal and professional balance