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College of Arts & Sciences COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions for Instructors

The purpose of this FAQ is to answer questions that the Dean’s Office is receiving from faculty, teaching assistants and other instructors of record. It is not meant to be a complete set of answers to all questions, and it will be updated as needed.

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Coronavirus update

The University has announced a new plan that will encourage greater “social distancing” and mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Spring break is extended through March 22. Remote instruction for the majority of courses will begin the week of March 23.

Rachel Seidman's new book is "Speaking of Feminism: Today's Activists on the Past, Present and Future of the U.S. Women's Movement." (photo by Kristen Chavez) She is pictured here holding her book.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni, published on the first Friday of every month. This month’s featured book is “Speaking of Feminism: Today’s Activists on the Past, Present and Future of the U.S. Women’s Movement” (UNC Press, September 2019) by Rachel F. Seidman.

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Supporting and advancing women faculty

Funded by a nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, TEAM ADVANCE provides programs to improve mentor and mentee experiences, from seminars to peer mentoring circles.

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Rhodes named dean of the College of Arts & Sciences

She joined the faculty in 1987 and is the first faculty member from the fine arts to be named dean of the College since it took its modern-day name in 1935.

25 earn 2020 University Teaching Awards

These awards recognize the dedication and determination of Carolina’s faculty and inspire our students to learn and grow. Many of the winners are from the College of Arts & Sciences.

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A primary primer

Political science professor Sarah A. Treul shares her expertise on America’s confusing primary election process.