UNC Institute for the Arts & Humanities

We believe that faculty are the heart and soul of the University and that investing in faculty has the greatest impact for the future. We empower faculty to achieve their full potential by creating community and cultivating leadership. We foster collaborative fellowships and programs designed to support faculty throughout their career as scholars, artists and leaders. Our approach cultivates a mutual commitment between Carolina and its faculty.

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James and Susan Moeser pose outdoors in front of South Building on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus.
Donor

A Milestone Investment

A $3 million anonymous gift to Carolina Performing Arts at UNC-Chapel Hill honors CPA founder and Carolina's Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser.

Kevin Guskiewicz with students
Chancellor's Spotlight

Our Global University

In the midst of the pandemic, Carolina forged global connections and found new ways for students and faculty to collaborate with counterparts from around the world.

Carolina alumnus Will Jung conducts an orchestra.
Global Impact

Bridging Music and Language

A Carolina alumnus applies his experience with Chinese folk music to the UNC World View Fellows Program, providing K-12 and community college educators with global professional development opportunities.

Professor teaching online class while sitting behind a desk covered in papers and folders
Global Impact

Collaborating across continents

A new format of courses is helping Carolina students and faculty share ideas with counterparts across the world.

A screenshot of UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Humanitarian Health fellows and volunteers.
Global Impact

Students on the Frontlines of Humanitarian Health

The Humanitarian Health Initiative leverages Carolina's global health expertise in support of humanitarian efforts around the world.

Susan Gravely and Bill Ross gaze at each other on a balcony overlooking the city of Florence.
Donor

Giving the Gift of Global Education

Bill Ross surprised his wife, Susan Gravely, with a donation to Carolina study abroad scholarships.