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.
Four students attending the University of North Carolina’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities were among 73 students recognized by the White House in its third class of HBCU All-Stars.
Some East Carolina University students are turning summer vacation into a vocation at internships across the United States and beyond.
Studies have shown that job applicants who have internship experiences on their resumes are 14 percent more likely to be hired than applicants who do not – a significant boost in employability.
Yolonda Black knew from an early age that she wanted to teach; she just didn’t know exactly what that meant.
Elizabeth City State University is committed to educating future leaders. And future Coast Guard leaders are coming out of the university and heading to Officer Candidate School.
For four years, Mike Corelli, Western Carolina University’s associate director for the Department of Campus Activities, wanted to expand the leadership experience of the minor in leadership program
You can save your jokes.
Ethan Sanford – who was 14 when he enrolled in UNC Pembroke as an Esther G. Maynor Honors College Scholar – has heard them all.