Collaboration at Carolina

Carolina values interdisciplinary research and learning – and our 729-acre, pedestrian-friendly campus facilitates collaborations among faculty from arts and humanities, social and natural sciences, health sciences and other professional degree programs.

Carolina is known for its ability to foster collaboration among disciplines and institutions. One measure of this is sharing research grants. In fiscal year 2011, Carolina’s Office of Sponsored Research reported that the university received 873 sub-awards from other academic institutions and other collaborators totaling nearly $70 million and granted more than 1,000 sub-awards totaling more than $125 million.

Researchers at Carolina and partners who are interested in identifying nodes for furthering global collaboration should contact Katie Bowler, director of global relations.