Beginning July 1, Peter Mucha begins his work as the Chairs Leadership Program (CLP) Director. He succeeds Department of Communication Professor Bill Balthrop, who was the founding chair of the program.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities announces new usage policies and fees for Hyde Hall. These changes, which are consistent with facility-use policies across campus, will allow the Institute to maintain beautiful Hyde Hall as a welcoming space for faculty … Continued
The GAA honored Institute for the Arts and Humanities Board Member Michael Kennedy (’79), among others with the 2017 Distinguished Service Medal. The prize recognizes his work in drawing on business experience to support the University and the association. “I am humbled and thrilled to receive this honor,” said Kennedy.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities has announced the 20 winners of this year’s Schwab Academic Excellence Awards. The $3,000 prize recognizes one faculty member in each College of Arts and Sciences department across the arts, humanities, and qualitative sciences.
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Our home may be the beautiful Hyde Hall, but our reach extends far beyond its walls. Whether through fellowships that support scholarly projects of outstanding faculty, training for current and emerging university leaders, new faculty programs that strengthen the bonds to Carolina, or special conferences, lectures, and public conversations, this is where the ripple begins.
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