Focus Carolina

Every day, faculty members at UNC-Chapel Hill engage in groundbreaking research, innovative teaching and public service that makes an impact in our community and the state, nation and the world. Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times (7:36 a.m., 12:36 p.m. and 5:36 p.m.)  and on the weekends to hear their stories and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Focus Carolina: Melina Kibbe

In this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by UNC, Dr. Melina Kibbe discusses how a medical incident in her past started her journey to becoming a surgeon.

Focus Carolina: Richard Myers

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

Focus Carolina: Sheryl Zimmerman

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

Focus Carolina: William Vizuete

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

Focus Carolina: Mitch Prinstein

On this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by the University of North Carolina, Dr. Mitch Prinstein examines the role that popularity plays in our everyday lives and how teenagers take lessons from their parents on what it means.

Focus Carolina: Amy Gladfelter

On this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, cell biologist and Associate Professor of Biology Amy Gladfelter explains the research her lab is conducting, from discovering how cells organize themselves to uncovering disease treatments.

Focus Carolina: Melina Kibbe

Focus Carolina: Melina Kibbe

In this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by UNC, Dr. Melina Kibbe discusses how a medical incident in her past started her journey to becoming a surgeon.

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Focus Carolina: Richard Myers

Focus Carolina: Richard Myers

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

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Focus Carolina: Sheryl Zimmerman

Focus Carolina: Sheryl Zimmerman

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

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Focus Carolina: William Vizuete

Focus Carolina: William Vizuete

Tune in to Focus Carolina during morning, noon and evening drive times and on the weekends to hear stories from faculty members at UNC and find out what ignites their passion for their work. Focus Carolina is an exclusive program on 97.9 The Hill WCHL, sponsored by...

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Focus Carolina: Mitch Prinstein

Focus Carolina: Mitch Prinstein

On this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by the University of North Carolina, Dr. Mitch Prinstein examines the role that popularity plays in our everyday lives and how teenagers take lessons from their parents on what it means.

read more
Focus Carolina: Amy Gladfelter

Focus Carolina: Amy Gladfelter

On this edition of Focus Carolina, presented by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, cell biologist and Associate Professor of Biology Amy Gladfelter explains the research her lab is conducting, from discovering how cells organize themselves to uncovering disease treatments.

read more