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Global and Growing

February 8, 2021

As outlined in Carolina Next: Innovations for Public Good, the University builds on its strong international partnerships and an array of programs to guarantee access to a global education for all students. Despite a pandemic that has severely disrupted international … Continued

Research Shows Diversity Drives Value, Innovation

October 22, 2020

Immigrant inventors produce more patents than native U.S. citizens, among other key findings, according to a new Entrepreneurship Center report. Carolina’s latest addition to the must-read list for entrepreneurs and innovators focuses on the value of diversity in team-building. In … Continued

Somos Carolina. We Are Carolina.

October 15, 2020

As Latinx Heritage Month comes to an end on Oct. 15, five Carolina employees with heritages and traditions from different countries tell their stories. One risked prison by defecting to the U.S. One immigrated with two children and $150 in … Continued

Bilbo, Aslan and Scholarly Giants

April 1, 2020

J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, creators of Middle Earth and Narnia, held Christopher Armitage’s fate in their hands. It was July 1954, and the two literary giants joined scholarly giants Helen Gardner, Renaissance scholar and future British Dame, and Lord … Continued

Visiting Scholars Find Home Away From Home

January 19, 2017

When Sathish Raja met former Carolina Associate Professor Bobbie Lubker and her husband Lynn, he never imagined how strong their relationship would grow. “We’ve become close friends, more like a family,’’ said Raja, a post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences.