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Faculty and Scholarship

The 21st-Century Professoriate is collaborative, creative and committed to serving the people of our state and beyond. They are high-achieving, interdisciplinary scholars pursuing high-potential, high-reward research with a global reach.

Campaign Funding Priorities
FACULTY AND SCHOLARSHIP

The 21st-Century Professoriate

Our faculty are collaborative, creative and committed to serving the people of our state and beyond. Their scholarship spans disciplines in pursuit of high-potential, high-reward research with a global reach.


 

Faculty and Scholarship Funding Priorities

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Dana Cowen, Sheldon Peck Curator for European and American Art before 1950 at the Ackland Art Museum, at Sloane Art Library
Arts

A Continuing Resource

An Ackland curator used library resources to curate a multi-part installation

Regester views a film.
Research

Growing Up with Davis Library

Charlene Regester’s research has brought rare resources on Black history to Carolina’s libraries

Lam in the Fearrington Reading Room with ancient cuneiform tablets.
Research

Discovering Hidden Treasures

A professor found ancient tablets and worked with library staff to share these artifacts

Henley at Davis Library
Research

Uncovering the Past through Digital Research

Text mining and machine learning helped uncover Jim Crow laws in archived North Carolina General Statutes

A view of the front of Wilson Library looking up.
Donor

Gift Endows Library Curatorship and Fellowships

A $2 million from William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust will endow a curatorship fund fellowships at University Libraries.

Left, Uncle Jack and Aunt Cassie Cowell. Center, H. Bryan Ives III ’80. Right, Horace Bryan Ives Jr. 1942 senior class Yackety Yack photo
Donor

When Giving Is Personal

A 1938 gift continues to educate Carolina graduates

Graeme smiling
Leadership

The Gift of Mentorship

An opportunity to mentor the next generation of political scientists

A blurry person walks down a corridor.
Donor

The Impact of GiveUNC

In 2021, the UNC School of Education raised more than $135,000 on GiveUNC from 142 donors who supported a variety of funds in the school.

Juan standing in front of the old well, holding timbale sticks against his shoulder
Arts

Music and Identity

A deep connection between music and self-expression