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Cicek Beeby at the Azoria site in Crete

A teacher digs deeper Student Up Close

Graduate assistant Cicek Beeby gets her hands dirty explaining archaeology.

Donald Raleigh with his books

A scholar and a mentor Tar Heels Up Close

Russia scholar Donald Raleigh’s next big project is Brezhnev bio.

Giffin Daughtridge holds a sign of 'Ur Sure'

Embracing business and medicine Tar Heels Up Close

Alumnus Giffin Daughtridge’s startup ensures adherence to important HIV drug.

Amy Oldenburg in front of a microscope

Shedding light Tar Heels Up Close

Physicist Amy Oldenburg uses noninvasive biomedical optics to see inside tissue.

Entrance to Murray's BeAM makerspace: BeAM Be a Maker

Alumnus’ gift supports faculty and student innovation The Scoop

Steve Kapp ’81 (MBA ’90) is among the first donors to the College of Arts and Sciences to establish a Dean’s Innovation Fund to support a range of academic disciplines, including biomedical engineering, applied physical sciences, the Be A Maker (BeAM) initiative and the minor in entrepreneurship program.

Video for Chancellor's Science Scholars

What is the Chancellor’s Science Scholars program? Videos

Chancellor’s Science Scholars is the premier STEM scholarship program at UNC-Chapel Hill, but it is so much more than just a financial award. Learn more at the Chancellor’s Science Scholars website.