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Supporting the community that supports us. Our success is North Carolina’s success. 

  • #GDTBATH: Rida Bayraktar

    #GDTBATH: Rida Bayraktar

    carolina sophomore rida bayraktar founded pink stream to educate, motivate, empower and inspire kindergarten through eighth-grade girls in science, technology, robotics, engineering, arts and math.

  • Linking Immigrants to New Communities

    Carolina students help local immigrants transition to life in the community

    members of campus y’s linking immigrants to new communities student group have been hosting english as a second language classes and discussion groups virtually this semester to provide a support network and help the new community members better acclimate to the area.

  • Elaine Townsend Utin and Ricky Hurtado.

    Learning, Latinidad and leadership

    latinxed, an organization started by two carolina alumni and current adjunct instructors, has created new opportunities for those students to make their way to college and to then graduate and become community leaders — all while celebrating their cultural identities.

  • #GDTBATH: Sondrica Goines

    #GDTBATH: Sondrica Goines

    sondrica goines always knew she wanted to conduct scientific research. now as a doctoral student, she's a member of a research group that studies perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or pfas, which have been detected in north carolina’s waterways.

  • Two men work in a research lab.

    Doing COVID-19 dirty work

    employing wastewater epidemiology — proven useful in outbreaks of polio and opioid use — carolina researchers are leading a statewide collaboration tracking novel coronavirus outbreaks across north carolina, gaining insight that testing individuals does not offer.

  • Yard signs encourage mask wearing and physical distancing

    Making good neighbors

    体育竞猜投注app下载the good neighbor initiative, in its 17th year of educating students on what it means to be a good neighbor, has adapted to the times.

  • Haley Plaas examines a bottle of water.

    Algal blooms pose possible respiratory threat

    toxic blue-green algae has long proven to be harmful to the environment, human and animal health. while many studies examine the effects of ingestion or skin contact, doctoral student haley plaas looks at a different angle: aerosol.

  • Daniel Mulumba working in a field.

    A summer of service

    a member of the inaugural group of secu public fellows interns, rising senior daniel mulumba is helping north carolina's rural communities grow their own food and become more self-sustaining.