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NFP Community Building Dinner

Tandem 200 N Greensboro St #1A, Carrboro, NC, United States

This dinner will introduce new faculty to international eateries in the Triangle, while providing an opportunity for community building.

A Critical Study of Big-Time College Sport

Duke University - East Duke Building 1304 Campus Drive, Durham, NC, United States

Faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke faculty come together to analyze the dynamics that drive intercollegiate athletics.

Free

APP & NFP End of Semester Reception

This event serves as an opportunity to begin conversations with fellow associate professors, learn about institutes and centers on campus and different ways of getting involved at Carolina.

Chapel Hill Metaethics Workshop

University Room, Hyde Hall 176 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

This is a small read-ahead research workshop to discuss works in progress.

FOCIF End of Semester Social

Bull City Ciderworks Durham 305 S. Roxboro St., Durham, NC, United States

For participants of the Faculty of Color and Indigenous Faculty Group. Join us for an end of semester gathering at Bull City Ciderworks with fellow FOCIF members. Please contact Renée Alexander Craft at renee.alexander.craft@unc.edu or the IAH at IAH@unc.edu with any questions … Read more

Fellows Celebration

University Room, Hyde Hall 176 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us to recognize major works by Faculty Fellows that were produced in 2023.

Free

Curtis Chin in Conversation with Michelle King

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St, Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Michelle King (FFP '23) will lead a conversation with Curtis Chin, author of Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant. 

A Conversation With Dr. Cornel West

Moeser Auditorium, Hill Hall 145 E. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Hosted by the Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies Lecture: “Intertwined Histories of Social Justice within Middle Eastern American and African American Communities: A Conversation with Dr. Cornel West” Cornel West (Union Theological Seminary) will speak about comparative movements, … Read more

Research Outside of the Box: Collaboration, Funding and UNC Resources

Incubator Room, 2nd Floor, Hyde Hall 176 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, United States

This will be a facilitated conversation with guest speakers from the Arts & Humanities Grant Studio, Office of Research Development, Office of Foundation Relations & Industry Engagement, and the School of Data Science & Society

(Anti-)Fascism & Avant Garde Movements

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall 135 South Road, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

In preparation for the 2024 Reckford Lecture on Feb. 29, the Center for European Studies will host a panel discussion about the relationship between fascism, anti-fascism, and avant-garde art movements.

Free

Your Promotion on the Teaching Track

Incubator Room, 2nd Floor, Hyde Hall 176 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, United States

This will be a facilitated conversation about promotion with a panel of three experienced administrators and faculty members on the tenure track.