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UNC First Year Maya Logan is the creator of the non-profit organization "Sisters in STEM" or "S.I.S.". The S.I.S. Movement is an initiative to increase African-American women involvement in STEM programs. Her current major is biology-chemistry with a minor in public policy. Logan shared her inspiration and accomplishments with the S.I.S. movement in Davis Library on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018.

Meet the UNC first-year working with the Obama Foundation to help Black women in STEM

Did you know that there is a student among UNC's class of 2022 who has created her own non-profit organization, worked with a program under former President Obama himself, is a leader in activism and a prominent advocate for African-American girls in STEM?  Maya Logan founded The S.I.S. Movement to help young Black girls in her South Carolina hometown gain confidence and leadership skills through STEM education. Find out how she did it and what's next for this Tar Heel.



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Speaker Stephen Wright and Senator Sosa Evbuomwan take a role call vote during the Undergraduate Senate’s March 26 meeting.

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Speaker Stephen Wright and Senator Sosa Evbuomwan take a role call vote during the Undergraduate Senate’s March 26 meeting.


Signs taped to the base of Silent Sam in January 2018 reproached University administrators for their actions regarding the Confederate memorial.

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Signs taped to the base of Silent Sam in January 2018 reproached University administrators for their actions regarding the Confederate memorial.


Chancellor Carol Folt and university officials speak to members of the press following the UNC Board of Trustee’s Dec. 3 meeting, where the board announced its proposal for the future of Silent Sam, at Carolina Inn.

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Chancellor Carol Folt and university officials speak to members of the press following the UNC Board of Trustee’s Dec. 3 meeting, where the board announced its proposal for the future of Silent Sam, at Carolina Inn.


Members of the UNC Board of Trustees gather before the reconvening of the open session of the board’s Dec. 3 meeting, where Chancellor Folt set forth the board’s proposal for the future of Silent Sam.

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Members of the UNC Board of Trustees gather before the reconvening of the open session of the board’s Dec. 3 meeting, where Chancellor Folt set forth the board’s proposal for the future of Silent Sam.


Jonathan Weisman, deputy Washington editor and congress editor at The New York Times, spoke with UNC School of Media and Journalism professor Ryan Thornburg about growing up Jewish in Atlanta, the current state of the press and the rise of bigotry in the United States on Monday.

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Jonathan Weisman, deputy Washington editor and congress editor at The New York Times, spoke with UNC School of Media and Journalism professor Ryan Thornburg about growing up Jewish in Atlanta, the current state of the press and the rise of bigotry in the United States on Monday.