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Uncovering Histories

February 28, 2019

A past Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholar through the Carolina Center for Public Service and associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences’ anthropology department, Anna Agbe-Davies works with community partners both in the Triangle and across the country to … Continued

BPSS graduate reflects on being a SMART mentor

November 28, 2018

As Winter Commencement approaches, senior students find themselves preparing for a new chapter in their lives as college graduates. Among the hundreds of Carolina undergraduates who will receive their diplomas on Sunday, Dec. 16, Hope Gehle, a biology major from … Continued

Finn Loendorf: Commitment to service

November 2, 2018

Finn Loendorf, a senior physics major from Denver, North Carolina, loves science and serving in the community by working with youth. Thanks to the MacDonald Community Fellowship, Loendorf brought these interests together during summer 2018. Loendorf, a member of Carolina’s … Continued

APPLES alternative breaks launches new break experience

November 9, 2017

By Becca Kronebusch A record 82 Carolina students participated in APPLES Service-Learning Alternative Fall Break, providing direct and indirect service to communities across North Carolina and the southeast. The seven break trips focused on each community’s needs, including Latinx, urban, … Continued

Jesse White shares his reason for giving

October 14, 2016

When I came to Carolina in January of 2003, I was immediately impressed with the spirit of public service that characterized our students and faculty. Soon I discovered a driving force behind this work: the Carolina Center for Public Service. … Continued