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Will the Russia-Ukraine War Last Forever?

January 13, 2023

As the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine nears on Feb. 24, neither side has shown movement toward negotiating an end to the war. An estimated 100,000 Russian soldiers and possibly an equal number of Ukrainian soldiers and civilians … Read more

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict

January 22, 2022

As tensions rise, a Carolina expert explains the global importance of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, why the U.S. is involved and how the situation may play out. If Russia invades Ukraine, it will be “the most consequential thing that has happened … Read more

Battling Blood-Suckers with Data

October 26, 2021

“The ticks just hop right on,” Dr. Ross Boyce says about a research colleague dragging a large flannel cloth across a Chatham County, North Carolina, forest floor to collect ticks. It’s a startling sight that illustrates why North Carolina is … Read more

The Triple Trauma of Refugees

September 20, 2021

Afghan refugees are coming to the Triangle, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Social Work is ready to help them. Durham and Raleigh are among the cities that the State Department chose for resettlement of … Read more

Bringing the World’s Best to Carolina

August 23, 2021

Traveling thousands of miles to study or work at Carolina sometimes isn’t the hardest part of an international student or scholar’s journey to Chapel Hill. For some, the hardest part is navigating the complexities of the U.S. immigration system. Fortunately, … Read more

Big Tent, One Team

March 23, 2021

How a multidisciplinary research partnership built to fight HIV, Ebola and other infectious diseases turned its people, expertise and experience to fight COVID-19. People dying in great numbers around the world. A race to discover prevention and treatments, sometimes leading … Read more