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How Eleanor Murray Connects Daydreaming to Diplomacy

April 14, 2022

Ever since she was young, Eleanor Murray has been a daydreamer, and it’s what led her to become so fascinated with the world. “These expansive daydreams are fueled by an interest in the world that was instilled in me through … Continued

Advancing Data Science and Democracy in Partnership with Germany

March 23, 2022

How should democratic societies balance the potential benefits of big data and artificial intelligence with human rights? How can we use machine learning to advance diagnostics and healthcare while preserving privacy protections? Amid the rapid acceleration of emerging technologies, these … Continued

Students Across Disciplines Collaborate on Global Health Case Competition

December 13, 2021

This fall, a new course offered by the UNC School of Nursing challenged undergraduate and graduate students from across disciplines to solve a complex global problem related to refugee health and wellness. Students in N625, “Global and Interprofessional Approaches to Solve Complex Cases,” worked in four interdisciplinary teams to answer a prompt based on the fictional … Continued

Japanese Ambassador Discusses Strengthening US-Japan Alliance

October 22, 2021

Koji Tomita, Japanese ambassador to the United States, affirmed the importance of the U.S.-Japan alliance and said that the U.S. and Japan should continue to strengthen political dialogues, economic cooperation and people-to-people exchanges in an Oct. 6 virtual discussion about the countries’ alliance. The livestream event was part of … Continued