Worried about North Carolina and COVID-19

Authored by: Melody Kramer on June 10, 2020

Thread from Faculty Fellow Whitney Robinson: This #COVID19 thread is stomach-churning. Literally I feel queasy with dismay. I am very worried about my state of North Carolina in particular… #SARSCoV2…1/ https://t.co/cV1StZMKN6 — Whitney R. Robinson (@WhitneyEpi) June 8, 2020

Dying to Reopen: Comparing North Carolina and Georgia

Authored by: Ian Hoyt-Mccullough on May 19, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to remain physically distant from each other but has also created new opportunities for us to remain socially connected. Since UNC-Chapel Hill (UNC) closed its campus in mid-March, I (Alexis) have virtually collaborated with … Read More

Fostering an Exchange of Ideas

Authored by: Ian Hoyt-Mccullough on May 15, 2020

The Carolina Population Center brings together a remarkable group of faculty fellows from across The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Our fellows and graduate students address pressing research questions about population dynamics, fertility, health, mortality, migration, and the … Read More