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Data-Driven EnviroLab Tracks Climate Action

January 10, 2023

Promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are often the focus at international conferences about climate change. Countries, coalitions and companies announce pledges and plans to combat climate change, but how do we judge their progress? The 27th United Nations Conference … Read more

War in Ukraine: What Are Our Experts Saying?

March 7, 2022

In a lively 90-minute webinar, moderator Klaus Larres posed provocative questions to four Carolina experts about the topic of the day: the war in Ukraine. “This event tonight is meant to help us understand why the war in Ukraine came … Read more

New Asian American Center Opens

August 30, 2021

The center, led by Heidi Kim of the department of English and comparative literature, gives students, faculty and staff of Asian descent a place to call their own. When she was growing up, Selina Shi threw away the Chinese tea … Read more

Insight into Afghanistan

August 25, 2021

The United States is withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan after two decades of fighting the Taliban insurgency. In the wake of this departure, the country’s Western-backed government has collapsed, the Taliban have seized control of the capital city of Kabul … Read more

Asian American Center Comes to Carolina, Virtually

September 8, 2020

Thursday is a big day for Asian Americans at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. That’s when the University’s largest ethnic community opens its long-awaited Asian American Center, with a director, a website, online programming and a $5 … Read more

Disseminating Coronavirus Research

April 13, 2020

Working remotely from their home offices, the University’s librarians are helping the world’s virologists fight coronavirus by making faculty research more accessible online through the Carolina Digital Repository. Launched in 2009 to digitally curate specialty collections, the repository was enhanced in … Read more