This summer, Paul Kocher made history as North Carolina’s first state legislative intern with Down syndrome.
Just as it was in the 2016 Olympic Games, athletes from the University of North Carolina system are set to make an impact on the 2016 Paralympics, also held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The next time you think to yourself, as everyone does, that your workload is overwhelming, consider Lisa Hoang.
Students who learn differently have access to an array of academic supports through Fayetteville State University’s (FSU) Bronco STAR (Supporting Transition, Access and Retention). The program is
Western Carolina University’s Talent Search program, Project Discovery, recently had its grant with the U.S. Department of Education renewed at $368,160 per year for five years.
Shunafrica White wants to work with crash test dummies, testing automobiles. It’s the sort of job that works well with the Conyers, Georgia native's motto: “Always prepare for the worst.”
In August, hours before greeting students at Convocation, Student Government President Joshua Zhou '17 was honored at the White House with a President's Environmental Youth Award.
Charlotte Lane left her heart in West Africa. But she will return there to begin her life’s work after honing her knowledge and research skills at Carolina.
Madeline Marens ’12 knew at the age of 5 that she wanted to be a marine biologist – a dream she never outgrew.