Funding Priority

Applying Research Expertise for the Benefit of North Carolina and Beyond

Funds for research and accessible scholarly activities that utilize innovative models of partnership and collaboration among and between North Carolina communities and University faculty, students and staff. Other opportunities include assistantships for graduate and professional students.

Carolina Center for Public Service

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    Community

    Uplifting a Community

    Rising senior gives back to local Japanese families

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    Student Support

    A Summer in Public Safety

    Carolina student treated like a full-time employee during his summer internship.

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    Student Support

    Shaping National Issues on a Local Level

    APPLES Service-Learning summer internship influences local policies

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    Research

    Case of the Contaminated Current

    Thorp Scholar conducts research that will impact the health of an entire community.

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    Autism

    Serving across a Spectrum

    Students completing service projects in partnership with communities affected by ASD

    Donor

    Honoring Carolina’s commitment to service

    "Thanks to [the Buckleys], we can support more students committed to public service..."