Mark Green, administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a new tuberculosis data hub on March 20 in Washington, D.C., and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is playing a large role. Tuberculosis data … Read more
News Source: Carolina Population Center
The International AIDS Society HIV Co-Infections and Co-Morbidities Initiative has awarded MEASURE Evaluation a top prize for its abstract investigating a strategy to improve outcomes for people co-infected with HIV and tuberculosis (TB). MEASURE Evaluation is funded by the United … Read more
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill community mourns the passing on April 1, 2018, of Jason Davis, assistant professor of geography and faculty fellow at the Carolina Population Center. Jason was a young and prolific scholar who studied … Read more
A team of researchers led by W.R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Barry M. Popkin has been awarded funding provided by Bloomberg Philanthropies to study food purchasing patterns, diets and health and how government policies about these can impact … Read more
The Carolina Population Center today announced a new program that will generate and synthesize evidence to inform programs and policies to expand contraceptive method choice for youth aged 15-24 at the global and country levels. This work is supported by … Read more
The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $4.8 million grant to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to help alleviate energy poverty in Southern Africa. Energy poverty is the lack of access to modern energy sources, which are crucial resources to the well-being of individuals and communities, the environment and the stability and growth of national economies.
A close friend of the three Muslim students slain in Chapel Hill in 2015 will bring a multimedia performance in their honor to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus in February. “Shattered Glass,” by North Carolina State … Read more