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Research Profile: Protein Design for New Medical Therapies

October 14, 2022

Kiara Thompson (UNC’ 23, CSS 7) is a biochemistry and biology double-major from Tallahassee, FL. She currently studies protein design in hopes of creating more efficacious cancer treatments in the future. This semester, she plans to share her research findings … Continued

Research Profile: From the Classroom to the Lab

October 13, 2022

Pascale Paul (UNC ’25, CSS 9) is a chemistry and neuroscience double-major from Ashburn, VA. Her research into complex RNA systems will help scientists address challenges in medicine–and directly links her classroom learning to real-world applications in the lab. Where … Continued

Research Profile: Computer Science Meets Public Health

October 10, 2022

Nathan Kelete (UNC ’25, CSS 9) is a computer science and information science double-major from Charlotte, NC, with a minor in data science. His summer research in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Equity and Environmental Justice Program … Continued

CSS Honors ’22 Graduates in Sixth Cohort

May 18, 2022

On May 6, the Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program honored its sixth cohort and newest group of graduates with a farewell dinner at the Extraordinary Ventures Great Hall. The evening, which kicked off UNC’s Commencement weekend, was filled with laughter and … Continued

“Latch on to those relationships”

March 17, 2022

For Najla Ward-Conyers (UNC ’22, CSS 6), the Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program hasn’t just provided academic and personal mentorship—it’s helped her become a trusted mentor to other students as well. When Najla Ward-Conyers came to Carolina, she quickly embraced the … Continued

Leading on a Global Scale

February 3, 2022

With more than 800 student clubs and organizations, UNC offers something for everyone—but figuring out which organizations best align with your interests and how to get involved can be overwhelming at first. When Autumn Tucker (UNC ’22, CSS 6) began … Continued

Alumni Spotlight: From Art to Science

December 6, 2021

Diana Lopez (UNC ’18, CSS 2) received her first anatomy lesson while studying classical ballet as a child. Thanks to an instructor who believed the physiology of dance was just as important as its artistry, Lopez learned about the inner … Continued