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As Carolina students in the 1950s, Carl Kasell and his classmate Charles Kuralt founded WUNC, a UNC student-run station that would later become North Carolina Public Radio. For the next several decades, Kasell was a key voice on NPR as the host of “Morning Edition" and the judge on “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!”
By working in labs and Carolina's makerspaces, graduating senior Abigail Gancz spent four years exploring and redefining her career path.
Graduating senior and decorated military veteran Zac Rhyner urges students to step outside their comfort zones in pursuit of their dreams.
Randi Thompson will graduate from Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in public policy and a minor in social and economic justice. In doing so, she will become the first person in her family to graduate from college.
The NCAA uses the Academic Progress Rate to track the academic performance of scholarship students who compete on varsity teams. Carolina’s four-year average exceeds the national average by eight points.
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships, fellowships and internships for environmental study and for Native Americans and Alaska Natives in fields related to health care and tribal public policy.
Carolina is part of the first cohort of institutions recognized by the Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education and The Suder Foundation.
John and June Allcott Gallery, John and June Allcott Undergraduate Gallery, SAMple Gallery Hanes Art Center Reception: April 30, 6 pm
Lear more about waiving or enrolling in the UNC System Student Health Insurance Plan
This one-day, intensive workshop is designed for those interested in using R for public health and epidemiologic analysis of data in their own work settings. Taught by epidemiology doctoral students, it will provide a hands-on introduction to R and RStudio, a powerful, free, open-source and community supported statistical programming language that is ideal for use with public health and healthcare data, particularly in resource settings where other statistical programs may be cost prohibitive.