Archived Tar Heels Up Close
Can pinpointing the right narrative for a documentary lead to addressing the achievement gap in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School System?
Chancellor’s Science Scholar Ryan Smith helps make science and technology accessible for underrepresented middle school students.
Lisa Dickey has collaborated with U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, First Lady Jill Biden and other well-known figures to produce best-sellers.
Working for Amazon in Prague, Hakeem Smith uses analytical skills gained through UNC’s TransAtlantic Master’s Program.
Raj Panjabi was tapped by President Joe Biden to lead an initiative seeking to eradicate the mosquito-borne disease worldwide.
Mariana Olvera-Cravioto uses mathematical models to understand complex topics. She hopes the new data science minor will make data more accessible to students.
Pianist Clara Yang elevates the voices of underrepresented Black and female composers on stage and in the classroom.
An expert on global terrorism uses a long lens to explain what happened in Afghanistan — and what might happen elsewhere.
Jim Tanner is certified as an agent by the NBA and has represented multiple former Tar Heels as clients.
Alumna Rebecca Wesson Darwin redefined Southern magazines with the award-winning Garden & Gun.
Inside This Issue
Re-opening the World: Study Abroad's COVID playbook. ALSO INSIDE: Pollution-cleaning plastics. Tackling tough subjects. Pandemic parallels. Click on the magazine cover to view a reader-friendly flipbook.
Letter From the Dean
It is bittersweet for me to realize that this is my last dean’s message for Carolina Arts & Sciences as I prepare to retire at the end of the semester, wrapping up 35 wonderful years of service to UNC-Chapel Hill.
Give to Carolina
John Summey and his late wife, Edie, knew they wanted to help students succeed for generations to come. As lifelong adventurists, they endowed two scholarships to support undergraduate Honors students and study abroad. "We greatly valued the high quality of education we received and the experiences we had at Carolina," John said.