Connecting Science and Policy: Catching Up with Dr. Kasia Grzebyk, the Collaboratory’s First Graduate Research Assistant
With a far-reaching line of training behind her, Dr. Kasia Grzebyk has developed her extensive skill set through near and wide experiences.
Taking a Closer Look at the Status of Marine Fisheries in North Carolina Through the Lens of Coastal Environmental Health
What does it take to measure the health of an entire ecosystem? Joel Fodrie, a professor and researcher at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, seeks to answer this question for North Carolina's coastal habitats.
North Carolina researchers are creating and testing new interventions to better understand and address the impacts of COVID-19 on student learning. It's a new initiative led by North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and the North Carolina Collaboratory, funded by $6.73 million in American Rescue Plan grants.
Since 2018, in response to increasing concerns about the threats posed by PFAS, the NC Collaboratory, with funding from the NC General Assembly, has invested more than $21 million in a multidisciplinary portfolio of academic research and state agency partnerships to study PFAS and identify solutions for the citizens of North Carolina.
Former Collaboratory intern Ally Adams is now a health volunteer for the Peace Corps. She is stationed in the Tumani Tenda village in The Gambia, Africa.