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Courtney Woods and the Case of the Contaminated Current

February 22, 2021

Written by Eve Elliott ’21 In many mystery stories, a detective boldly hunts for clues and tracks down the elusive cause for a community’s strife. Sometimes they have a sidekick, but in many cases they act alone Thorp Faculty Engaged … Continued

Congratulations to Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars Class VII

December 11, 2020

The Carolina Center of Public Service is delighted to announce that Class VII of Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars (FES) graduated via a virtual ceremony on Dec. 11, 2020. The FES program brings together selected faculty from across campus to engage … Continued

Jessica Williams: Adapting Health Care for Trauma Survivors

December 10, 2020

By Izzy D’Alo and Caroline Leland “How can we adapt our practices so they do not re-traumatize someone?” Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholar Jessica Williams, an assistant professor at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing, is working on developing and implementing … Continued

Tiny Homes, Big Difference

May 4, 2020

Written by Eve Elliott ’21 326 square feet is not a big space. But Amy Blank Wilson, Ph.D., a Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholar, will tell you that 326 square feet can make a big difference. That measurement spans the dimensions … Continued