Michael R. Kosorok, professor of biostatistics and statistics and operations research at UNC, discussed current efforts to use AI to improve public health and precision medicine. Kosorok has focused on using AI to improve decision making for individuals with health concerns.
The pervasive effects of flooding and destroyed property is not something students from Wilmington and New Bern have the luxury of forgetting.
In June 2018, Dr. Andrea Hayes-Jordan began her role as the Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery at the UNC School of Medicine, and Surgeon in Chief at the North Carolina Children’s Hospital. A few months in, Dr. Hayes-Jordan discussed her outlook on improvements to the hospital and her pioneering work on a rare disease.
Carolina Thrift's inaugural sale last month attracted a thousand people in the first 90 minutes.
Frank Allison, the Collegiate Recovery Initiatives Coordinator at UNC, died unexpectedly from a heart attack on Aug. 12.
A white supremacist group in Wilmington burned a Black newspaper to the ground in 1898—only seven original newspapers survived. Last year, eight grade students and journalist from Wilmington recovered some of the papers and UNC's Wilson library hosted them to participate in the digitization of the papers.
Relay for Life of UNC is moving to merge with the Orange County branch of the organization. The UNC branch raised over $50,000 this year.
Carolina students live 24/7 in hand-built shacks to raise money and awareness for Habit for Humanity. Campus organization compete to raise the most money in a week.
UNC kicked off National Autism Awareness Month on April 2nd by launching the #LightUNCBlue to help garner support and understanding for those with autism spectrum disorder.