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The Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Sep 20

Going Global: Study Abroad Q&A with Julia Corbett

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Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the past few days, we have introduced you to five Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world. Here is our final profile with junior Julia Corbett.

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Sep 19

Going Global: Study Abroad Q&A with Michael Gu

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Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the next few days, we will introduce you to six Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world.

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Sep 18

Going Global: Study Abroad Q&A with CJ Miles

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Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the next few days, we will introduce you to six Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world.

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Sep 15

Going Global: Study abroad Q&A with Connie Jin

Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the next few days, we will introduce you to six Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world.

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Sep 13

Going Global: Study abroad Q&A with Austin Morrel

Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the next few days, we will introduce you to six Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world.

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Sep 12

Going Global: Study abroad Q&A with Thoko Zimba

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Carolina students have amazing opportunities at their fingertips, and studying abroad is one of the most popular. UNC offers more than 300 study abroad programs across 70 different countries – from summer semesters to year-long programs. Over the next few days, we will introduce you to six Carolina students who packed their bags and set out to new classrooms all over the world.

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Sep 8

Meet Lizzie Russler

Sophomore Lizzie Russler is a Morehead-Cain scholar who is part of Carolina’s EURO-TAM (Contemporary European Studies and TransAtlantic Masters) dual BA/MA program. Lizzie spent her summer working with Hope of Children and Women, a non-profit organization in Uganda. She shares her story below.
 
The global refugee crisis is an issue that threatens international relations, political stability, economic development, and, most importantly, human rights. This is why I arranged to spend spent my summer in Uganda working with Hope of Children and Women (HOCW), a small grassroots non-profit based outside of Kampala, Uganda that…

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Sep 2

Finding Your Own Path at Carolina

“How did you discover the Interdisciplinary Studies major and how has that helped your path here at Carolina?”

“I started off as a Biology major, which many people who are pre-med basically do. I also really liked English classes too, though – taking half science classes and half humanities classes  gives you a broad range of perspectives in general. Something I wanted from my education was just that, the feeling of getting both sides. So, I was thinking of doing a double major (alongside Biology) and doing English. When I was taking my English…

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Jun 26

Meet Kylee Parsons

This summer, rising UNC senior Kylee Parsons is working as an intern at the Right to Dream Academy, a soccer academy for boys in Ghana. She answered our questions to explain how she found and secured her internship, how Carolina helped her do it, and how UNC has influenced her intended career path.


Major:

Sport Administration and Public Relations

Hometown: 

Wake Forest, NC

How she’s spending her summer:

Internship at the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, a soccer academy.

How did UNC influence your summer decisions?

I received a scholarship for travel through…

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Apr 11

Meet a Tar Heel (ROTC): Andrew Romza

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Meet Andrew Romza, Class of 2018

Major: Statistical and Operations Research

How did you decide to get involved with ROTC?

I actually didn’t come to college thinking that I was going to be in ROTC. I very much stumbled across it when I saw an advertisement for it in a student bulletin and thought it would be an interesting class. It wasn’t really until I started taking the classes at the Armory that I realized ROTC was much more than any one little paragraph could say. I really got invested in the…

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