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Tar Heels Promoting Asian-American Visibility

August 23, 2022

Using Education to Combat Violence By Alex Saunders In the confusing first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Michael Zhang, then a senior in high school, wanted to visit family and friends in Flushing, a section of Queens, New York City, … Continued

Making an immediate impact

July 14, 2022

Carolina junior Nyjah King is spending her summer serving the Kinston, North Carolina, community as a SECU Public Fellows Intern. By Madeline Pace, University Communications Every summer, the Carolina Center for Public Service partners with nonprofit and government organizations to provide internship … Continued

Announcing Carolina’s 2022 SECU Public Fellows Interns

July 8, 2022

The Carolina Center for Public Service is pleased to announce UNC-Chapel Hill’s third cohort of SECU Public Fellows Interns. Through this program, 19 undergraduate students from Carolina are working throughout the summer in partnership with organizations serving rural communities in … Continued

Tar Heels Spreading Mental Health Awareness

June 30, 2022

Carolina Undergraduates Promote Mental Health Resources Through the Robert E. Bryan Fellowship, an APPLES Service-Learning Program  June 30, 2022 By Alex Saunders Caroline Clodfelter, director of the student-led TEACH Initiative North Carolina (TEACH), says that substance dependency and mental health … Continued

Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars Class VIII Announced

October 26, 2021

The Carolina Center for Public Service Announces 10 Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars for 2021-2023 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (OCT. 25, 2021) – A new class of 10 Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars (FES) joined together with peer faculty who are diverse in … Continued