The Institute is thrilled to welcome the 2018-2019 cohort of Academic Leadership Program Fellows. The Academic Leadership Program (ALP) helps prepare and support current and emerging academic leaders. Fellows are selected annually to engage in a series of activities to help them … Continued
Zia Haider Rahman, author of the highly acclaimed novel In the Light of What We Know, will deliver the lecture entitled “Brexit: The Reckoning.” The event will be held at Hyde Hall on Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.
Marr, Distinguished Term Associate Professor (American Studies), begins serving in this new role July 1. He succeeds Associate Professor Michele Berger (Women’s and Gender Studies), who has served in the role for five years.
The staff at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities will be immersed in training. Hyde Hall will be closed Monday, February 26 and Tuesday February 27. The building will re-open Wednesday, February 28 at 8:00 a.m., resuming normal operations.
The Ripple Starts Here
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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Supporting the extraordinary scholars who inspire us is essential to the future of our College, University, and greater North Carolina community. Our programs have proven results in developing and expanding the projects, resources, and collaborations that we are able to offer our faculty leaders.