A Ticket to Vietnam

When Kaylee Miceli decided to head up a neuroscience research study in Vietnam, there was only one problem: a plane ticket to Vietnam isn’t cheap.

“I knew what I wanted to do, but there was always a financial barrier,” said Miceli, a rising junior who is a psychology major.

Instead, she hunkered down in the library, trying to decipher Vietnamese research papers on mental health treatment in a part of the world she thought she couldn’t visit.

But with financial support from the Carolina Global Initiative Award, Miceli boarded a plane to Ho Chi Minh City to explore her interest in neuroscience in a way she never thought possible.

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