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Students at the UNC School of Law’s Military and Veterans Law Clinic help veterans fight for upgrades or corrections in military discharges to make life-saving resources available to the former service members. For one North Carolina veteran, they restored all the honors he was owed — including his Purple Heart.
Chancellor’s Science Scholar Ryan Smith is helping make science and technology accessible for underrepresented middle school students.
Alumnus Tim Walker always knew he wanted to be a teacher. After earning his bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Carolina, followed by a Master of Arts in Teaching at the UNC School of Education, he now teaches social studies at Carrboro High School, building community for the next generation of learners.
Emily Grund’s life changed in the blink of an eye when she went from student-athlete to cancer patient. Now cancer-free, the Tar Heel is an advocate for UNC Lineberger’s AYA Cancer program, which focuses on the physical, mental and emotional needs of young adults ages 13-39 with cancer.
On Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., we will come together to address three important and related topics specific to mental health at Carolina: campus culture, crisis services and prevention. The summit will feature thought leaders who will share best practices from their respective fields.
In an email to campus, Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz said Carolina is purpose-built for bridging the divides in our society.