Faculty Support

History Honored, History Heard

Chaitra Powell strengthens the special collections library in their quest to document and expand knowledge.

Chaitra Powell strengthens the special collections library in their quest to document and expand knowledge.

The position of the African American Collections and Outreach Archivist in the Southern Historical Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library was created as a bold commitment to ensuring the preservation of stories documenting the lives of African Americans in the South, as well as working with communities across the region to safeguard—and understand—their own histories. Chaitra Powell strengthens the special collections library in their quest to document and expand knowledge. Chaitra Powell is the African American collections and outreach archivist in the Southern Historical Collection, and a 2017 Library Journal “Mover & Shaker.” The Movers & Shakers award recognizes top “changemakers” who are transforming what it means to be a librarian.

 

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Global Impact

The Benefits of Being Uncomfortable

For more than 100 years, Carolina’s Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA), one of the first educational centers in the United States dedicated exclusively to the study of Latin America, has been dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s leaders.

Student Support

A Global Guarantee

Carolina is among the nation’s leading institutions for students studying abroad, with 35 percent doing so before graduating. The University offers 400 programs in more than 70 countries.

Entrepreneurship

Kickstarting a Carolina Law Entrepreneurship Program

"Clinical education geared to organizational clients is important to large numbers of our students."

Community

Developer of peer support specialist program has few peers

"...even when I could not do anything but listen...sometimes that’s all that is required."

Donor

Destination: 21st-century Asia

The 21st century belongs to Asia

Environment

Marsh Madness

"It's definitely tough...but it's worth it."