A Note from the Dean of the College and Director of Faculty Diversity Initiatives
Here in the College of Arts and Sciences, we strive to create an environment of inclusive excellence.
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I am pleased to take on the role of Director of Faculty Diversity Initiatives in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks ninth among the nation’s best public universities for African Americans, according to MONEY and Essence magazines.... Read More »
The 4th annual Diversity THINKposium will be held Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Friday Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. This year theme will be “Microaggressions."... Read More »
For Kiran Singh Sirah ’13, finding common ground through storytelling is the foundation for peace.... Read More »
For many who identify as LGBTQ, the prospect of studying abroad can seem both incredibly enriching and downright terrifying. How can I know whether I’ll enjoy my experience in another country? Will I be accepted by the people? ... Read More »
Shaw Drake observed that being an Latin American studies major allows students to look at a dynamic part of the world from historical, political and human rights perspectives, and teaches students ways to critically examine future challenges.... Read More »
Although the conversation of diversity in STEM has long been a focus of departments and groups around campus, the conference was the first opportunity for faculty and staff to have a University-wide dialogue.... Read More »
Associate professor Renee Alexander Craft, the acting director of the Southern Oral History Program, was awarded a Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship, for her project Digital Portobelo.... Read More »
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