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New grant from IAH links the arts and social justice

M. Clay

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities invites faculty artists to submit proposals for projects that incorporate themes of social justice. According to IAH Director Mark Katz, the initiative will award a total of $25, … Continued


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Symposium to discuss global diplomacy and Hip Hop

M. Clay

The IAH will host a symposium called “Global Diplomacy and Hip Hop” on Thursday, April 7, 3:30 p.m. -5 p.m. at Hyde Hall. The moderated discussion and jam session with five hip-hop artists will focus on the role of hip-h … Continued


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IAH Director Mark Katz talks with UNC System President Margaret Spellings

M. Clay

It was not all policy for Mark Katz, director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, when he met with new UNC System president Margaret Spellings on Tuesday, March 22, as part of the president’s tour of UNC school … Continued


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IAH Podcast | Glenn Hinson, Associate Professor, Folklore and Anthropology

M. Clay

The difference between a toast and a poem was clear to Horace “Spoons” Williams, who readily shared this with in the mid-1980s with Glenn Hinson, Associate Professor of Folklore and Anthropology in the American Studies D … Continued


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Glenn Hinson

Glenn Hinson, Associate Professor, Folklore and Anthropology

M. Clay

The difference between a toast and a poem was clear to Horace “Spoons” Williams, who readily shared this with in the mid-1980s with Glenn Hinson. Hinson, an Institute for the Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellow, later lea … Continued


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IAH Podcast | Rob Kramer, Senior Leadership Consultant

M. Clay

Those of us who have had leadership training may wonder “How does that coach learn to do this?” To get some answers, we talked with Rob Kramer, Senior Leadership Consultant here at the Institute for the Arts and Humaniti … Continued


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Rob Kramer, IAH Senior Leadership Consultant

M. Clay

Rob Kramer brings a breadth of experience in coaching business and academic leaders, teams, and executives through his firm Kramer Leadership. Kramer has worked at the Institute for 6 years; he facilitates both the Acade … Continued


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IAH Podcast | Nichola Lowe, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning

M. Clay

In one of the graduate-level courses Professor Nichola Lowe teaches, one starts with a real-life issue to solve: how to provide education for a manufacturing worker named Maddie. Lowe uses the story from an Atlantic essa … Continued


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Nichola Lowe

Nichola Lowe, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning

M. Clay

In one of the graduate-level courses Professor Nichola Lowe teaches, one starts with a real-life issue to solve: how to provide education for a manufacturing worker named Maddie. Lowe uses the story from an Atlantic essa … Continued


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