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Institute for the Arts and Humanities announces its 2021-2022 faculty fellows.

Institute for the Arts and Humanities announces its 2021-2022 faculty fellows.

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities has announced its 2021-2022 cohort of Faculty Fellows.

The Faculty Fellowship Program offers UNC College of Arts & Sciences faculty the opportunity to pursue ambitious, exciting, artistic and scholarly projects that lead to publication, exhibition, composition and performance.

During a semester-long, on-campus fellowship, fellows meet weekly to exchange ideas with an interdisciplinary cohort of peers.

Faculty Fellows often demonstrate a track record of engaging in scholarship that breaks new ground in their respective fields, having an interest in communicating the results of their research to a broader audience, and working to bring that knowledge back into the classroom to teach Carolina students.

For the second year, the Institute has awarded two fellowships through its Race, Memory, and Reckoning Initiative. The initiative, as part of the College of Arts & Sciences’ efforts, aims to contribute to a broader campus effort to place inclusion, diversity, equity and historical accuracy at the top of the University’s agenda.

For a list of recipients, read the complete Carolina Story…Opens in new window

 

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