Nelson Schwab III (’67) discusses his days at Carolina and why it is so important to support faculty for the university’s continued success. “IAH Founder Ruel Tyson’s vision was to create something that would support and foster really good professors… The better prepared, the better trained, the happier the professors are here, the better off the experience will be for the students. It creates a great learning envi … 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 received two gifts totaling $2.6 million to support faculty scholarship, leadership and collaboration.
GoDaddy executive Steven Aldrich (BA ’91) experienced from an early age what exposure to Carolina’s leading-edge faculty and education could mean for someone’s life.
Carolina alumni speak at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ events, help connect the IAH to others and provide critical financial support for its programs.
Caroline Williamson (BSBA ’83) knew little about the Institute for the Arts and Humanities when friends Sandy Cockrell (BSBA ’82) and Sherwood Smith (BA ’56, JD ’60) approached her about joining the board. But she was immediately interested.
Capitalism and too many health care players invested in the status quo are responsible for a U.S. health care system that is the most expensive in the world but denies access to millions of American and yields poorer outcomes than those of other developed nations.
John C. O’Hara of New York, NY served as Chair of the IAH Advisory Board from 2007-2011 and remains an active supporter and member of our Board today.
VIEW MORE NEWS