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Katherine Turk

Episode 131: The Women of NOW with Historian Katherine Turk

Kristen Chavez

Historian Katherine Turk (FFP ’21) discusses her new book, The Women of NOW: How Feminists Built an Organization that Transformed America.


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Illustrative graphics of What's Next for the Institute? Once a Fellow always a Fellow. Break down SILOS: More Collaboration. How to make decisions going forward? Keep questions in motion. Defend & AFFIRM value of arts & humanities. "Make space for the work to be done."

Broadening the Institute’s Impact

Kristen Chavez

The Institute’s strategic plan, “Going Deeper to Broaden Our Impact,” builds on the strengths of the IAH’s core programs, partnerships, and initiatives to position the Institute for growth and responsiveness in an evolvi … Read more


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Collage of program leaders. Top row: Adam Versényi, Nadia Yaqub, Todd Ramón Ochoa. Bottom row: Jan Bardsley, Ray Dooley, Renée Alexander Craft.

Faculty leaders take the helms of IAH programs

Kristen Chavez

The IAH tapped the expertise and leadership of faculty across campus for its programs and initiatives in 2023-2024.


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Samuel Gates

Episode 130: When the Swelling Goes Down with Actor, Playwright Samuel Ray Gates

Kristen Chavez

Actor and playwright Samuel Ray Gates (FFP ’22) talks about his Faculty Fellowship experience, where he continued his work on his one-person show, When the Swelling Goes Down.


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The Old Well, framed by tree branches, with South Building behind it.

Campaign for Carolina Ends with Historic Success

Kristen Chavez

“As founding director Ruel Tyson once said, ‘Gifts, large and small, are the most powerful actions we can take in the world for good,’” said IAH Director Patricia Parker.


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Academic Leadership Fellows: 2023-2024. Portraits on top row: Jay Aikat, Mara Buchbinder, Michael Figueroa, Tanya Garcia. Bottom row: Robin Sansing, Patricia Sullivan, J. Michael Terry, Benjamin Waterhouse.

Announcing the 2023-2024 Academic Leadership Fellows

Kristen Chavez

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 cohort of Academic Leadership Fellows.


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Announcing the 2023-2024 Faculty Fellows

Kristen Chavez

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 Faculty Fellow cohorts.


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Pamela Lothspeich

Pamela Lothspeich (FFP ’12, ’23) receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Kristen Chavez

Pamela Lothspeich (FFP ’12, ’23) is one of four UNC-Chapel Hill faculty members to receive a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award for the 2023-2024 academic year.


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Campus-side entrance of Hyde Hall in spring.

[Now Closed] Call for Applications: Tyson Academic Leadership Program, 2024-2025

Kristen Chavez

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is now accepting applications for the 2024-2025 Tyson Academic Leadership Program, due Oct. 26, 2023.


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[Now Closed] Call for Proposals: Faculty Fellowship Program, 2024-2025

Kristen Chavez

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is now accepting applications for the Faculty Fellowship Program for the 2024-2025 academic year.


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