Opening Access to the World

July 14, 2017

For the next several weeks, Karlo Montegrico and two other Carolina students will travel through the Philippines to document the migration process of the country’s nurses moving to the United States.

Woman in Science: Lin Cao

July 13, 2017

Rising senior Lin Cao is an undergraduate researcher in the Neher Lab within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences, double-majoring in anthropology and biology, with a minor in chemistry.

Well Said: Popularity

July 13, 2017

This episode of “Well Said” discusses how people chase the wrong kind of popularity and how that follows us into adulthood with Mitch Prinstein, the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and author of the book “Popular.”

From Turmoil to Triumph

July 13, 2017

The major political events of the 1960s set the stage for the founding of the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, which forever changed education research and practice.

Woman in Science: Francesca Bernardi

July 7, 2017

Francesca Bernardi is a math PhD candidate within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences and a member of the Joint Applied Mathematics and Marine Sciences Fluids Lab. She is also co-founder of Girls Talk Math and president of the UNC Association for Women in Mathematics.

Protecting Property When Hurricanes Strike

June 27, 2017

UNC Institute of Marine Sciences doctoral student Carter Smith discusses how homeowners and property managers can better protect coastal properties from hurricanes on this episode of “Coastal Daybreak.”

Oral Storytelling Skills Impact Reading

June 22, 2017

The oral storytelling skills of African-American preschoolers make a difference in how quickly their reading skills develop, according to a new study from the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG).