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Weil Lecture Explores ‘America at a Crossroads’

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Journalist Judy Woodruff discussed her current reporting project, America at a Crossroads, as part of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ Weil Lecture on American Citizenship.

Announcing the 2024-2025 Faculty Fellows

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The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the 2024-2025 Faculty Fellow cohorts.

Reckford Lecture Highlights Picasso’s Works and Influences

Patricia Parker and Christine Poggi in the Fellows Room.

The Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies was delivered by art historian Christine Poggi.

Announcing the 2024 Chapman Summer Fellows

The 2024 Chapman Summer Fellows: Anna Krome-Lukens, Mariska Leunissen, Michal Osterweil, and Isaac Unah

Anna Krome-Lukens, Mariska Leunissen, Michal Osterweil, and Isaac Unah were recognized for their distinguished teaching of undergraduate students.

[Now Closed] Call for Proposals: Arts and Humanities Research Grants

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DEADLINE: MAY 20, 2024 The Arts and Humanities Research Grant provides support to scholarly, creative, or artistic pursuits and research projects led by individuals or teams. The program is part of UNC-Chapel Hill’s strategic plan and the Vice Chancellor for Research’s University-wide pilot funding portfolio, furthering the University’s pre-eminence as a national and world-renowned leader in foundational research, cr … Read more

[Now Closed] Call for Applications: Director, Associate Professor Program

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The Institute for the Arts and Humanities invites applications for the Director of the Associate Professor Program.

Patricia S. Parker Wins IDEA Engagement Award from National Communication Association

Director Patricia S. Parker recently received the 2023 IDEA Engagement Award from the National Communication Association.

Announcing the 2024 Schwab Academic Excellence Awards Winners

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The Institute announces the winners of the 2024 Schwab Academic Excellence Awards, which recognize faculty from each department in the arts, humanities, and qualitative social sciences.

[Rolling] Sponsorship Opportunity: REI Phase 1 Training

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The Institute for the Arts and Humanities will cover the cost for faculty to the Racial Equity Institute’s two-day Phase 1 training.

Leading with Empathy, Trust, and Service: Robin Sansing (ALP ’24)

Featured Fellow: Robin Sansing, ALP '24.

Whether it’s in her work as a social worker or as co-founder of Mindful UNC, Robin Sansing is committed to supporting others in their development and growth. The relationships built among a group are essential for collaboration and support that enhances the group’s work.