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Why we should care about the gender gap in tech and computer science

April 6, 2015

I believe that empowering girls to be builders and not just consumers will spark confidence, entrepreneurship, and a new generation of leadership... Continue reading

The real crisis in public education, and how to fix it

November 4, 2015

I deeply believe public schools are the single most important American institution to fulfill the great promise of our nation’s ideals. Unfortunately, we have... Continue reading

Sarah Bufkin ’13 awarded Rhodes Scholarship

November 24, 2014

Sarah Bufkin ’13 has been chosen as one of thirty-two recipients of the Rhodes Scholarship, widely regarded as the oldest and best known award for international study. The prestigious award covers all expenses for study at the University of Oxford in England.

Scholars among seven UNC students selected for study in Asia

November 19, 2015

Scholars Nancy Gao ’17 and Tony Liu ’17 are among seven University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill undergraduates selected as Phillips Ambassadors. . . Continue reading

Megan Raisle ’20 named a UNC Phillips Ambassador

January 16, 2018

Sophomore Megan Raisle is one of nine undergraduate students named a UNC Phillips Ambassador for study abroad programs in Asia. Ambassadors are chosen based... Continue reading

The value of inexperience

June 1, 2015

As I’ve come to understand, this different niche of the world rests on a web of relationships that still amazes me with its intimacy... Continue reading